A motivated Self Care art piece entitled, PrimRose.
It’s important to learn to love yourself by yourself. To love others, starts with loving and caring for you first… mind, body and spirit.
The yellow colored primrose flower means “first”. It symbolizes optimism and femininity. It’s petals represent the numerous stages in a woman’s life, starting from her birth to the day she dies. Each petal tells a story of the difficulties and triumphs of life. Most importantly, the vibrant yellow represents the light you carry and the story you tell that leads to your lovely blossom. Sharing your story will water the seeds planted by generations to come.
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