For those of you who don’t know me, I’m one of those girls with secret boobs. That is, I’m always wearing non-revealing Threadless shirts covered by sweatshirts, so no one notices that I’m a D cup. The few days I’m not bundled up under three layers of sweaters (blame Indiana weather) or wearing a v-neck, I literally get friends going “You have boobs!” Why yes, yes I do.

I mean, it’s not something that particularly bothers me. We’re all born differently and we have to embrace the things about us that truly define who we are. However, it is perfectly normal for people to want to make surgical adjustments to their bodies to make them more comfortable in their own skin. It may turn out that somebody doesn’t feel that they belong in their own body until they make edits to it, which is why surgery is such a great option for many people, especially in the boob department. If you are somebody that feels they may benefit from surgery like this, you may not realize the positive effect that a breast surgeon in Baltimore can have on your confidence and self-esteem.

Why do this matter? Today I totally splurged and bought a couple hundred dollars worth of bras from Victoria’s Secret. Not only are some of them push up, but some are lacy and sexy. Look out, world. I’d say I wish I had someone to show them off to, but that would probably result in me getting lots of creepy emails…which I don’t need.