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Newborn portrait frog prince with his Mama. by Insley Photography

Newborn portrait frog prince with his Mama. by Insley Photography

I typically don't like these "keep calm" things, but I do like this one!

Listen To Prince - I listen him since And I do it under a Purple Rain today Rip my Little Princes - luv u

My Heart Belongs to You - Scrapbook.com

My Heart Belongs to You - Scrapbook.com

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Please Share these photos, and Tribute Album 󾬖Prince Rogers Nelson󾬖 Cherish the Awesome Memories. He Will Be TRULY Missed!

I HOLD MY DOG AND CRY LISTENING TO THE MUSIC THAT SHAPED MY WORLD. I KNOW HES NIT IN PAIN ANYMORE AND HIS HIP IS PERFECTLY WORKIMG. I WISH HIM HEAVEN AND THE BEST HE ALWAYS WISHED FOR, TIME TO BE WITH GOD.

I HOLD MY DOG AND CRY LISTENING TO THE MUSIC THAT SHAPED MY WORLD. I KNOW HES NIT IN PAIN ANYMORE AND HIS HIP IS PERFECTLY WORKIMG. I WISH HIM HEAVEN AND THE BEST HE ALWAYS WISHED FOR, TIME TO BE WITH GOD.

Seriously. And I'm homeschooled so that's what I'm doing most of my day #Mendesarmy

Seriously. And I'm homeschooled so that's what I'm doing most of my day #Mendesarmy

9.5" x 12" wooden sign A touching tribute to a loved one lost too soon. Stained wood lettering with a whitewashed background. distressed/weathered finish Custom

Your Wings Were Ready, But My Heart Was Not sign with whitewashed background

x wooden sign A touching tribute to a loved one lost too soon. Stained wood lettering with a whitewashed background.

Prince in downtown Minneapolis 1980 - this pic was taken before I was born...still the man!

Prince, outside of the Schmitt Music store, downtown Minneapolis, circa 1980

Lucy Pevensie: “Aslan, will we ever meet you in our world?”    Aslan: “You shall.”    Lucy Pevensie: “How?”    Aslan: “Because there I have another name. You must learn to know me by that name. This was the very reason you were brought to Narnia, that knowing me here for a little, you may know me better there.”

This scene in "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" is my absolute favorite in any of the Narnia books OR movies. It's incredibly powerful, moving, and emotional all at once. I cry like a baby every time I see or read it.

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