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"Learn to labor and to wait."

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - A Psalm of Life (via kellycady)

(via themessesofmen)

I BECAME A MOTHER, AND DIED TO LIVE

let’s talk about it, right here and right now, and call it nothing other than a human, adult reaction to a giant shift in identity, a presence of mind recognizing the end of an entire chapter of life, a heart mourning the woman that once was, and a soul shaking under the weight of a new giant world.

"What did my arms do before they held you?"

Sylvia Plath

tostrivetoseek:

People…there is about to be a very chubby baby in *my life soon. 
(I’m about to be an aunt!)

tostrivetoseek:

People…there is about to be a very chubby baby in *my life soon. 

(I’m about to be an aunt!)

(Source: fotos-e-levezas)

"be refined by your trials."

"You shall see wonders."

William Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor

tostrivetoseek:

hahahahahahahah
perfection.

tostrivetoseek:

hahahahahahahah

perfection.

(Source: cheynesaw)

"There are years that ask questions and years that answer."

Zora Neale Hurston (Their Eyes Were Watching God)

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