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How To Dress Like Vintage Nancy Drew - This could totally be my Halloween costume this year.

How To Dress Like Vintage Nancy Drew

Love everything about this style! Nancy Drew apparel how to. Everyday dress and then perhaps my Halloween outfit/costume next year?

Happy Mother's Day!  Enjoy... and mom... Thank you for everything you did for me... I am humbled and forever grateful. I love you <3

I love this beautiful letter about aging, love and the cycles of life. I have found it in many places online, but had a hard time tracking down the origins.

Drew and Ellie Holcomb - just... wow. This literally changed the way I live my life. Thank you, Drew, for speaking the truth that Ellie (and every other girl) so desperately needed to hear. (From the video "Drellie Love Story, Part 2" from Lydia Grace Turbeville on YouTube)

"I need and want you to run as hard as you can into a relationship with Jesus"

I actually drew this once and it is actually one of my favorite drawings beings that I suck. C:

Which Alice In Wonderland Character Are You?

Smiling on the outside, crying on the inside! <-- For me, it's usually frowning on the outside, scowling on the inside.

Black Butler (kuroshitsuji) I have been watching this lately and reading the manga, absolutely obsessed as always...wanted to try something out of it. Detailed things are out of my taste, I tried to keep the overall shapes I wanted most and I liked it, I also took some licence with the outfits just because ;v;Characters©Yana Toboso.

Black Butler (kuroshitsuji) I have been watching this lately and reading the manga, absolutely obsessed as always.wanted to try something out of it. Detailed things are out of my taste, I tried to.

We have 16 literary heroines for every MBTI. - I'm INFJ - A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is a 1943 novel written by Betty Smith.

Know your Myers-Briggs Personality Type? Find Out What Literary Heroine Matches You

INFP Anne Shirley We have 16 literary heroines for every MBTI. - I'm INFJ - A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is a 1943 novel written by Betty Smith.

His response when I told him I had grown tired of everyone only seeing a pretty face and ignoring my mind, “shit miss, your mind drew me in. I want an equal, a partner, a sounding board, someone to challenge my thoughts and ideas with their own and have convictions of their own. I want differences and debates and with substance and structure. I don’t want a possession, I want a true partner.” Hook. Line. And. Sinker

His response when I told him I had grown tired of everyone only seeing a pretty face and ignoring my mind, “shit miss, your mind drew me in. I want an equal, a partner, a sounding board, someone to challenge my thoughts and ideas with their own and have convictions of their own. I want differences and debates and with substance and structure. I don’t want a possession, I want a true partner.” Hook. Line. And. Sinker

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