I have always been incredibly anti plastic surgery and have never been afraid to voice my opinion to my friends or family members who have either done it themselves, or contemplated the idea. I think I always preached this way out of insecurity because I wished I had bigger breasts. I was never insecure about my body, but felt my small chest wasn't proportionate to the rest of my body, and after a year of toying with the idea, I took the plunge and got a breast augmentation. I didn't stray too far from my original size because I wasn't planning on telling any of my friends in hopes that they wouldn't be able to really tell.
Well, now that I am recovering from surgery, I am still extremely swollen. I have been able to cover them up so far but I am going to a bachelorette party next weekend in Vegas and didn't take the bathing suit wearing weekend into consideration when I scheduled my surgery!
Not only do I feel foolish for going against what I have always spoken so negatively about, but also I have been living a lie for the past month about my surgery. There will be no way to hide what I have done after this weekend, so will my friends forgive me?