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ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS


My dad says I am ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS. I wonder if I really am.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Sarah says you need to have beautiful, long, curly hair like she has. I don’t.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Justin says you must have perfectly straight white teeth like he has. I don’t.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Jessica says you can’t have any of those little brown dots on your face called freckles. I do.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Mark says you have to be the smartest kid in the seventh-grade class. I’m not.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Stephen says you have to be able to tell the funniest jokes in the school. I don’t.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Lauren says you need to live in the nicest neighborhood in town and in the prettiest house. I don’t.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Matthew says you can only wear the coolest clothes and the most popular shoes. I don’t.


To be ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS...

Samantha says you need to come from a perfect family. I don’t.


But every night at bedtime my dad gives me a big hug and says, "You are ENORMOUSLY GORGEOUS, and I love you."


My dad must know something my friends don’t.



Build up your child’s self-esteem. Here’s your text: "Do not let your adornment be merely outward - arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel - rather let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God" (I Peter 3:3-4).