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"How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives." ~ by Annie Dillard

I love you. I don't know what's gonna happen in the future but I have you. You don't know how happy that makes me.

even those annoying popular kids. even those smart honors kids. even your teachers. even the strangers you see on a daily basis. it's not just us, it's everyone.

my life living, traveling and adventuring makes me so much better at what I do! :-)

I would like to make a card out of this and send it to all the teachers that told me daydreaming would get me nowhere.

1. Some things can wait.2. Do little things as you go.3. Multitask. 4. Stay focused when it matters most.5. Delegate & ask for help {and then accept it}.6. Create a schedule. 7. Limit tv watching and internet searching.8. Let go of guilt.9. Grab hold of the really valuable moments.

@Lauren Whitehurst, just keep finding em today. . . just thought while we are both at the edge and throwing over all the people that bring nothing but drama and stress into our lives, we could use a little literary support for doing so ;)

Forgiveness is a decision. We decide to cut off the bitter root and plant a seed of love. We cannot blame ourselves if it does not grow; sometimes the other party has poisoned the soil too much. But we must keep the bitter roots cut and plant more and more seeds of love. Forgiveness begins when we make that choice; long before we see the results.

"Our actions will show that we belong to the truth, so we will be confident when we stand before God. Even if we feel guilty, God is greater than our feelings, and he knows everything." {1 John 3:19-20}

Yeah basically, which is sad because I hate lots of tabs open on the computer. :P Or maybe that's why I don't like it on the computer... because I already have too many open in my brain.