Changes in Perception

Vegan Runner

Hi, I'm D and I live with my wife Rosie, two dogs and three cats in The Orkney Islands, Scotland UK. I am a full time carer to my wife and I love to run, I am also interested in photography and art amongst other things.

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  1. Kristen says:


  2. Faith says:

    Oh luv, you were handsome and witty and full of life when you were heavier; you are handsome and witty and full of life now. Now hopefully your body is healthier so we’ll get to enjoy your wit and wisdom for many years to come. You are so much more than the sum of your parts; your body is just a shell for your extraordinary greatness.

  3. Shana says:

    It is very interesting isn’t it, how we perceive things. I too did not see how heavy I was, even though I saw the pictures at the time. I sometimes think I chose not to see it, but on the other hand I didn’t ‘feel’ like I was ‘that’ heavy. Now when I look back at those same pictures I am amazed at just how big I was and that I didn’t see it at the time.

  4. TJ says:

    It’s the old “perception is reality” in the viewer’s mind. If you don’t perceive yourself as big, then you’re not. xRays were always interesting to me (well, the old kind) since they were shadows and density. Lots of parallels to life, but only seen or at least (maybe) better understood with experience (nice way of saying age)

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