Close your eyes, clear your heart, let it go...

"I won’t tell you that you’re beautiful. I’m sure you’ve heard that a million times, but I will say this, your smile is a house that I would like to visit more often, and your hugs feel like the home that I’ve been searching for my entire life."

- Rudy Francisco

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"And I realized, that the reason why good things were not happening to me as often as wanted them to, was because I in fact was a good thing that needed to happen. I needed to happen to me, to other people and to the world. And so I happened."

- C. JoyBell C.

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stoptellingwomentosmile:

Baltimore, MD. April 2014

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"You’re in a relationship and you know it’s not right and you just think, “It’s too late, we’ve been together too long. Oh, we’re living together; how would I get another apartment? Oh, we got engaged; how could I break it off? Oh, the invitations have been mailed.” And the fact is, there comes a day when you gotta go. And you go and you look back and you think, “It would’ve been so much kinder if I had gone when I knew I was supposed to go instead of lying to myself and thinking it might work out and staying too long.”"

- Author Ann Patchett speaks about her first marriage (and divorce) on Fresh Air

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snakeoil:

my favorite thing in the entire universe 

So adorbs

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We’re adults and we get to decide what that means: Home Depot Edition [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

We’re adults and we get to decide what that means: Home Depot Edition [x]

#this is the main reason I miss working at Best Buy

Blue October concert tonight! :)

Blue October concert tonight! :)

#justin furstenfeld #favorite

"Reading, she tells me, is what she does best. She loves it because it uses the whole of her, the right and the left, the hemispheres of reason and imagination. She discovered as a child that a closed book is a darkness anyone can enter, not a scary darkness like a basement or a storm, but a comforting one that wrapped her up neatly inside a world she could control."

- Jenny Hubbard, Paper Covers Rock

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