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According to Greek Mythology www.iridaresort.gr

I don't agree with because its already been known that Rowan's mate died with his unborn child and I don't think you get a second one, but it's interesting

Emer [ˈẽβ̃əɾ] - in modern Irish, Éimhear, (or, erroneously, Eimhear, Éimear or Eimer), daughter of Forgall Monach, is the wife of the hero Cú Chulainn in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Illustration by Giacinto Guadenzi

The Wolf & the Raven The Wolf and the Raven are often mentioned together in Mythology, Lore and Scripture. In Nature, the Wolf and Raven have an important relationship. Wolves use Ravens as aerial spotters for possible sources of food, as well as using them to alert them of any danger ahead. The Raven also gains from this relationship with the Wolf. Being carrion birds, Ravens share in the feast provided by the Wolves when they bring down their prey.

anton chekhov. @Lisa Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Trent, have we already spoken about this blog/website?

TALK ME DOWN // troye sivan

from Boho Weddings™ For the Boho Luxe Bride

Diary of a Boho Bride: Kirra and Tim - Our Humanist Ceremony

Good blog post about writing your own humanist ceremony

I'm trying desperately to figure out what the reason was for putting him in my path. Other than heartbreak and ruining my self confidence and feeling totally conned and stupid, I don't know. Maybe i needed to learn that you really can't trust people. Not even those who claim to love you. And i did learn! Now I don't trust anyone BUT the universe. So thanks #beachbob

I'm trying desperately to figure out what the reason was for putting him in my path. Other than heartbreak and ruining my self confidence and feeling totally conned and stupid, I don't know. Maybe i needed to learn that you really can't trust people. Not even those who claim to love you. And i did learn! Now I don't trust anyone BUT the universe. So thanks #beachbob