If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only...– C. S. Lewis (via illusies)
Men always want to be a woman’s first love. That is their clumsy vanity. We...– A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde (via lifeofliterature)
The importance of being in a relationship with God, even in difficult times is...
Don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel like my eyes are bulging out, trying to figure out what God’s answer is. Or what sign i should be looking at that says “right here, this is where/who you need to be.” Then I blink to refocus and think, “Did i miss it? Did I miss God’s help? Did I miss my answer?” Then again, other times, I feel like this is a...
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When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to...– John Lennon (via ireadintothings) So true. It doesn’t matter how far you’ve traveled, how much you earn, or who you’re with…as long as you’re happy and continue to love yourself despite everything.
This week has started out great already. I just had a relaxing weekend in the beach in Santa Cruz, followed by a powerful late night visit to the blessed sacrament, and now I’m ready and excited for the week(s) ahead. 3 work days, 6 days in Seattle and 5 more days to play….here I come! Looking forward to more awesomeness!
The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.– Audrey Hepburn (via kari-shma) This makes me want to sing that song in Land Before Time. Altogether now….”if we hold on, tttooogggeeetttthhheeerrr”…..sing it with me now!
quit your job and make a living →
Speaking of being optimistic, this guy made it all happen. Pretty awesome read on how he changed the world from his own living room in Paradise. Best blog post I’ve read in awhile.
Let Go. Give. Be selfless. Sacrifice. Love. And let God.
The future is scary, but you can’t just run back to the past because it’s...– Robin Scherbatsky, How I Met Your Mother (via youshouldhavemetmein1864) The season finale last night was pretty good! I’m betting on Robin and Barney getting married next season.
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There comes a point when you just love someone. Not because they’re good, or...– Laurell K. Hamilton (Incubus Dreams)
If you read this note, could you please send some prayers, a dose of magic and any sort of luck my way? Have an interview coming up and could really use the extra energy. I’m really looking forward to change and I’m hoping this interview could be the start of many more welcoming opportunities. Thanks so much tumblr family =) You’re great!
Random people: Woman in control? →
random-people: She is wearing a suit, expensive, probably tailored. Her make-up is appropriate, natural. Her pace is firm. It wouldn’t surprise me is she has quite a lot of people working for her. I think she owns a business. She exudes power, confidence and control. A tough business woman by day, but what is… Interesting perspective on a woman in a power suit. I always wonder if I can...
You know how they say to be patient for God to allow for opportunities to unfold? Well, it’s very true. Not entirely at the point of bearing fruit yet, but I’m optimistic for what’s about to happen. Bring it on!
Eventually I discovered for myself the utterly simple prescription for...– Ralph Steiner, photographer (via photojojo)
baby talk is ONLY for babies
This is probably the most random post you’ll ever see, but I just have to rant that I absolutely despise when grown adults use baby talk with each other. It’s not cute, romantic or even funny. Besides, it’s not even a good idea for adults to address babies with baby talk because it will take them even longer to learn the right pronunciation. Ok I just needed to get that out of...
If there’s just one piece of advice I can give you, it’s this - when there’s...– Thank you Meredith Grey
Will today's kids lead better lives than their... →
I posted this on facebook, but wanted to post it here since it really got me thinking. Will I lead a better life than my parents? Should I? Is my American dream the same as everyone elses? Has the recession changed it? It feels like I should answer a whole lot of other questions before I can even begin to answer theirs. It’s interesting to think that I’m supposed to lead a life...