Made For Each Other

Is it possible for the world to look this way forever?

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Europe!

Well, two weeks ago I got MARRIED and right this very second I am waiting to board a plane to Rome, Italy for my Mediterranean cruise HONEYMOON!! Pictures to come!

Ciao bella!

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Gut wrenching and heartbreaking.  We need to speak up in order for change to happen, people.  Use your voice for good.

"I need to fight for what’s right, I need to fight for what I believe in and I can’t just stand back anymore. Maybe that’s why this all happened, maybe this is part of the reason….is to open my eyes and to inspire me to want to make a change and want to fight for equality. I just don’t know if people will listen. But I guess no one’s gonna listen if I don’t talk. So I’m talking."
-Shane Bitney Crone

It Could Happen To You (by shanebitneycrone)

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Rob Delaney: I love Levon Helm and America

I just saw this, and I love it.  Rob Delaney is a fantastical comedian and human being, often holding up a mirror to make all his followers reevaluate their lives and viewpoints.

robdelaney:

Levon Helm, drummer and singer of The Band, passed away from throat cancer last week. The outpouring of love directed his way over the last week, from every corner of the world, was remarkable. His family did an interesting thing too; they told the world before he died that he was in his final…

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My beautiful grandmother holding one of my mom’s cousins, Jo.  Jo sent us this picture.  She thinks it was taken around the year 1944.  My grandma Pat died long before I was born, and I love to see pictures of her and hear stories from those who knew her.  I wish I could’ve met her, but I feel a little bit closer to hear each time I learn something new.  I know she’ll be watching our wedding from the best seat in the house.

My beautiful grandmother holding one of my mom’s cousins, Jo.  Jo sent us this picture.  She thinks it was taken around the year 1944.  My grandma Pat died long before I was born, and I love to see pictures of her and hear stories from those who knew her.  I wish I could’ve met her, but I feel a little bit closer to hear each time I learn something new.  I know she’ll be watching our wedding from the best seat in the house.

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