Saturday, July 26, 2014
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langleav:

Lullabies, the new book by international bestselling author Lang Leav will be released September 16th, 2014. Pre-order at all major bookstores. To get a special discount now, purchase online at Amazon, BN.com and The Book Depository.

So Beautiful and heart breaking

wordsbyraquelfranco:

langleav:

Lullabies, the new book by international bestselling author Lang Leav will be released September 16th, 2014. Pre-order at all major bookstores. To get a special discount now, purchase online at Amazon, BN.com and The Book Depository.

So Beautiful and heart breaking

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Favorite. 
This is how I imagine you would feel at this moment, like the rest of the world is frozen and it’s just you two; together for what would seem like forever.

Favorite. 

This is how I imagine you would feel at this moment, like the rest of the world is frozen and it’s just you two; together for what would seem like forever.

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holysheerios:

holysheerios:

teddysfotos:

i just

I’m so sorry

PLEASE STOP REBLOGGING THIS I DONT REALLY KNOW WHAT A MANGO IS BUT IT SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME

a shooting star is actually someone driving off rainbow road

breakinq:

following back heaps♡

breakinq:

following back heaps♡

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trypophobic-canine:

sometimes i actually go on facebook and then

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flannelmountainchild:

Beauty is an interesting thing. For so long now, I’ve strived for perfect skin…feeling that once my skin is perfect my life will somehow come together. But as I’m getting older…experiencing new things…learning and growing…I’ve realized how ridiculous the idea of ‘perfection’ is. I reflect on the things I’ve done, my struggles, my opportunities, my regrets, the blessings, the loves, the hard work. I’m beginning to realize how small and insignificant a thing like my skin is. So much energy wasted on worrying about  the way my skin looked. Letting it effect me in very negative ways. So now I’m stopping. I’m making a conscious decision to stop worrying so much. I’m just too tired. I quit. Its only making it worse. As of now, I’m free from my insecurities. I refuse to be exhausted. I am living my life without the overbearing weight of the idea of “perfection” constantly screaming at me. I see my imperfections and accept/embrace them. Okay. Done. 

flannelmountainchild:

Beauty is an interesting thing. For so long now, I’ve strived for perfect skin…feeling that once my skin is perfect my life will somehow come together. But as I’m getting older…experiencing new things…learning and growing…I’ve realized how ridiculous the idea of ‘perfection’ is. 
I reflect on the things I’ve done, my struggles, my opportunities, my regrets, the blessings, the loves, the hard work. I’m beginning to realize how small and insignificant a thing like my skin is. So much energy wasted on worrying about  the way my skin looked. Letting it effect me in very negative ways. So now I’m stopping. I’m making a conscious decision to stop worrying so much. I’m just too tired. I quit. Its only making it worse. As of now, I’m free from my insecurities. I refuse to be exhausted. I am living my life without the overbearing weight of the idea of “perfection” constantly screaming at me. 

I see my imperfections and accept/embrace them. Okay. Done. 

flannelmountainchild:

Choice

fmctravels:

A rash decision at the grocery led to an afternoon of greatness! 

We’re not the same person we were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. We’re constantly changing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life Unknown  (via fawun)

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justineneen:

I will ALWAYS post this and repost it endlessly. Every animal is the direct result of how it was raised and this is especially true to Pitbulls. I understand some people do not like the specific breed because of the fact that it has a locking jaw and they are scared, and I understand that. I recently had a conversation with a woman who told me “Why support a dog that if it bites me, I don’t even have a fighting chance.” This same woman agreed that she believes pits are only bad how they are raised. How does that make sense? A good pit isn’t going to lock it’s jaw on you, in fact it might even save your life. I’ll leave this with I SUPPORT the Pits, do you?

justineneen:

I will ALWAYS post this and repost it endlessly. Every animal is the direct result of how it was raised and this is especially true to Pitbulls. I understand some people do not like the specific breed because of the fact that it has a locking jaw and they are scared, and I understand that. I recently had a conversation with a woman who told me “Why support a dog that if it bites me, I don’t even have a fighting chance.” This same woman agreed that she believes pits are only bad how they are raised. How does that make sense? A good pit isn’t going to lock it’s jaw on you, in fact it might even save your life. I’ll leave this with I SUPPORT the Pits, do you?

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