sometimes i randomly think about/ remember when i first told my boyfriend i love him and just oh my goodness what a beautiful wonderful perfect moment. i’ve never experienced such love and joy like that and i am so blessed to have that with him.

today he told me we couldn’t have lunch together because his mom wanted him to stay at home and eat with him, but he was actually parked behind my car waiting for me and he bought me arbys!!

i’m really happy and in love okay that’s all

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It’s not a big deal that you gained weight. Honestly, in the big picture, who cares? Did you live life the way you wanted to? Did you have fun? Did you find people you love? Did you learn lots of interesting things? That’s probably what you’re gonna care about when you’re at your death bed, not about the fact that you “gained weight” when you were 21.

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Surely every one realizes, at some point along the way, that he is capable of living a far better life than the one he has chosen.

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Occupy new space.
Embrace the awkward momentum of something new.
Get your feet wet.

Don’t worry so much about looking like you have it all together— you’re more put together than you can probably see or notice.
Be good to people. The real world is all about those real people.
And no, there’s never a reason not to serve.
Press into life with gusto and other Italian nouns.
Commit to what is around you.
Be grateful.

When people try to tell you that college will be the best four years of your life, politely decline that misconception. College should never be the best four years of your life— that’s a disservice to a future you’re called to make bright and purposeful.
When people tell you that you can’t make a difference, politely tell them no. They’re wrong. Don’t listen.
And here’s the moral behind every one of those conversations you have: not everyone will be your cheerleader.
Not everyone will understand. Let people think you are crazy. Crazy is a good thing. Wild hearts are necessary. The world needs wild hearts.
Stay thick with wanting to change the world, that will be your golden ticket one day.

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{{ God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all - 1 John 1:5 }} 😊

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