Ohana Part 2

DisneyBounds Rebekah's Emulations

“Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten”
Lilo and Stitch - Disney Movie
Some of you have asked "Just how many outfits do you own?". Honest Answer... Not as many as you would think. Emulating different characters with my wardrobe doesn't mean that I get all fancy everyday. Most days I start with what's comfortable then find a character within my chosen theme to match with. This is a good example of a day with no makeup and a t-shirt that still fit with finding that relatable connection to the imaginary world.
The movie Lilo and Stitch really hits home in a lot of ways for me. I've always felt very much like stitch, in that, I never really seemed to belong. I've always been a sort of an outcast, not maliciously by people, just more that I can't relate well in group settings. Being a creative and passionate person can sometimes be off putting to "normal society". Over the years, I've been blessed to be able to connect with other creative introverts and quirky kindred spirits.
Batman Stitch
Finding the connection to something bigger then yourself is something we all search for. Finding like minded individuals we can confide in is an important part of the human experience here on earth. Reach out today if you need to connect with someone or find reassurance in yourself. I am always happy to help those who may feel alone or lost. Ohana!
Happy Creating!
-Rebekah Jenks
Insta: @airshiprebekah
Ohana stitch

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