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tastefullyoffensive:

[channelate]
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officialalltimelow:

"I’mma let you finish, but Josh Dun is the best drummer."

officialalltimelow:

"I’mma let you finish, but Josh Dun is the best drummer."

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im-a-paramonster:

Baby not a day goes by that I'm  not into you

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But Mockingjays were never a weapon. They’re just songbirds.

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posted 9 hours ago with 10,222 notes
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@debbyryan: "I sing and he twirls me and the fountain sounds back us up" [x]

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posted 9 hours ago with 465 notes
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I didn’t realize it, but the days came along one after another, and then two years were gone, and everything was gone, and I was gone. 
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F. Scott Fitzgerald (via insanity-and-vanity)

Holy fuck now I’m sobbing.

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Just keep swimming.

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feferiden:

gingerhaze:

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This is the realest shit

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paramoregifsandmore:

"and I’m on my way to believing"

paramoregifsandmore:

"and I’m on my way to believing"

posted 12 hours ago with 38,483 notes
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Diana, from my flight today

  • "His cancer got worse, and after the stroke, I very gently broached the subject of giving his car to charity. I had been doing most of the driving anyway, and told him I'd be more than happy to drive him anywhere he wanted to go... I was a nurse before I got sick, so he knew I was a nurturer. He was.
  • He was a nurturer in his own way, and he had taken care of me in that. He knew I would always be there, so I started to drive him to the doctor's. He even let me go in with him. You know, most men always answer that they've been feeling fine; I'd sit in eyesight of the doctor and shake my head. And we would get back in the house and he would always thank me."
  • -There was no sense of entitlement
  • "None. That's not the kind of man he was. Not entitled to anything, thankful to be in each other's lives, for all 46 years... Which I think we all want to find and is not easy to come across."
  • -Were you still very much in love when he passed? Are you?
  • "Yes. Although it's interesting how love changes.
  • I talk to his picture every day. I thank him for the years. The two beautiful children he gave me.
  • I didn't always know that it would be like this. He was fifteen years old than I. When we married, I was 24 and he had just turned 40. It's interesting; he opened my eyes to travel. To life.
  • -What advice could you give for someone who wants to stay in love?
  • "Be true to yourself. Who you are. Your values. Because <b>when you can be honest with yourself, then you can be honest with the person you love.<b>
  • We were committed all along to making a family work. All of us. his two children came to live with us as teenagers. And through it all, all four of our children to this day are best friends.
  • "When you commit to a relationship and a marriage, you don't always know at that point in time what that family is going to be. But I think as you mature and grow, you find the ideals of what kind of people you want them to be; what kind of lives you want them to have; what kind of citizens; what brings them joy, and it has to be what they choose. It can't be necessarily what you want for them."
  • -you sound like a great mom
  • "Well, it's the most important job I've ever had."
posted 12 hours ago with 128 notes
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you never told me what it was that made you strong and what it was that made you weak

you never told me what it was that made you strong and what it was that made you weak

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