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How girls flirt: She'll sneak glimpses of you so she won't get caught staring, but you'll notice it anyway. She'll wait for you to start a conversation, as soon as you start one, she won't ever want to stop talking to you. She'll hit you and punch you playfully. She'll he mean to you specially, because it's easier to be mean than to actually let you in on how she feels.

How girls flirt: She'll sneak glimpses of you so she won't get caught staring, but you'll notice it anyway. She'll wait for you to start a conversation, as soon as you start one, she won't ever want to stop talking to you. She'll hit you and punch you playfully. She'll he mean to you specially, because it's easier to be mean than to actually let you in on how she feels.

Love means that you accept a person with all their failures stupidities ugly points and nonetheless you see perfection in imperfection itself | Anonymous ART of Revolution

Love means that you accept a person with all their failures stupidities ugly points and nonetheless you see perfection in imperfection itself | Anonymous ART of Revolution

When your depressed you think people are more critical of us....

When your depressed you think people are more critical of us....

2 Chronicles 16:9 "The eyes of the Lord move to and fro throughout the earth that He may strongly support those whose HEART is completely His." All that matters is having a heart for Jesus. My life verse.

2 Chronicles 16:9 "The eyes of the Lord move to and fro throughout the earth that He may strongly support those whose HEART is completely His." All that matters is having a heart for Jesus. My life verse.

2 Chronicles 16:9 "The eyes of the Lord move to and fro throughout the earth that He may strongly support those whose HEART is completely His." All that matters is having a heart for Jesus. My life verse.

2 Chronicles 16:9 "The eyes of the Lord move to and fro throughout the earth that He may strongly support those whose HEART is completely His." All that matters is having a heart for Jesus. My life verse.

- Blank inside - Printed on 4.25" x 5.5", 100-lb., uncoated, felt card stock - Manufactured and printed in the United States - Each card is packaged in a plastic sleeve, and comes with a lavender A2 e

- Blank inside - Printed on 4.25" x 5.5", 100-lb., uncoated, felt card stock - Manufactured and printed in the United States - Each card is packaged in a plastic sleeve, and comes with a lavender A2 e

The Power of Apologizing: It’s not an easy task to own up to your mistakes and take accountability for your actions. Not everyone is good at this, nor do they find it enjoyable. With that being said, it’s brave to be vulnerable and apologize. You’re not perfect and sometimes you might say or do things that will hurt people. In these cases, a person will forgive you, but you need to ask for forgiveness. An apology is a step in the right and healthy direction

The Power of Apologizing: It’s not an easy task to own up to your mistakes and take accountability for your actions. Not everyone is good at this, nor do they find it enjoyable. With that being said, it’s brave to be vulnerable and apologize. You’re not perfect and sometimes you might say or do things that will hurt people. In these cases, a person will forgive you, but you need to ask for forgiveness. An apology is a step in the right and healthy direction

Today's find: a beautiful thought held together with painted words revealing a deeper meaning each time we read them.

Today's find: a beautiful thought held together with painted words revealing a deeper meaning each time we read them.

The touch of an infinite mystery passes over the trivial and the familiar, making it break out into ineffable music… The trees, the stars, and the blue hills ache with a meaning which can never be uttered in words — Rabindranath Tagore More

The touch of an infinite mystery passes over the trivial and the familiar, making it break out into ineffable music… The trees, the stars, and the blue hills ache with a meaning which can never be uttered in words — Rabindranath Tagore More