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"My Dear Baby Love, I will not give up on us ever; I will persevere & adjust to anything at all. I KNOW YOU LOVE ME MORE THAN YOU HAVE EVER LOVED ANOTHER! I understand all the mistakes and horrible things I am responsible for. I have learned and I will prove it to you. Remember this is our 4th Life together and you we are meant to be." -Luigi

I promise you.I can't promise that life will be easy. but I can promise that I will do my BEST to try and make it that way for you. I promise to always be there for you and love you. I can PROMISE you that i will ALWAYS love you. No matter what.

The core of Norse belief is the use and acquisition of power. The core of Christ is avoiding the worst excesses of power acquisition. It is hard to strike a balance here. Miller More

How painting 7 cinder blocks can make your summer more amazing

DIY an awesome outdoor bench from plain old cinder blocks! Or bright colored planters!

Slavic Mythology Part 2 (hope you guys enjoy it, I certainly did while making it)

GAGBAY - Slavic Mythology Part 2 (hope you guys enjoy it, I certainly did while making it)

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Balder A mythological Norse "god" from whom our name comes.but My faith is in the true God who reigns over all!

History of my husky's name - Norse Mythology

Norse mythology Freya - I have a cat named after Freyja, a very sweet cat.

“The Valkyrie’s Vigil.” Edward Robert Hughes (1906) In Norse mythology, Valkyries (also called “Odin’s maidens”) would fly on their horses over battlefields to choose heroic souls of the slain to bring to Valhalla. But if a Viking warrior’s soul was considered unworthy, it would be sent to the dismal underground world ruled by the goddess Hel.

“The Valkyrie’s Vigil.” Edward Robert Hughes In Norse mythology, Valkyries (also called “Odin’s maidens”) would fly on their horses over battlefields to choose heroic souls of the slain to bring to Valhalla.