Absolutely! I knew from the moment I met my husband that we were meant to be together! I knew we were going to get married. It was gods way of saying he is mine and I am his!

Absolutely! I knew from the moment I met my husband that we were meant to be together! I knew we were going to get married. It was gods way of saying he is mine and I am his!

The 21-Day Anxiety Challenge: Take Control of Your Nerves in 2016

The 21-Day Anxiety Challenge: Take Control of Your Nerves

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green | 21 Beautiful And Unique Wedding Readings From Books

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green | 21 Beautiful And Unique Wedding Readings From Books

This playlist will make you smile and remind you that whatever is going on, it too shall pass.

61 Songs That Say "Everything Will Be OK"

This playlist will make you smile and remind you that whatever is going on, it too shall pass.

GRACE·FUL characterized by elegance or beauty of form, manner, movement, or speech; elegant

GRACE·FUL characterized by elegance or beauty of form, manner, movement, or speech; elegant

"I Reckon So"-- i can just hear my Aunt Edna saying this now I say it; it reminds me of old English.

I Reckon So Speech Bubble Wall Decal

"I Reckon So"-- i can just hear my Aunt Edna saying this now I say it; it reminds me of old English.

The spirit of moderation, self control, temperance, restraint, and discretion. As a social ideal, the Ancient Greeks upheld the practice of sophrosyne, which means prudence and moderation but ultimately its complex meaning, so important to the ancients, is very difficult to convey in English. It is perhaps to some extent expressed by the two most famous sayings of the Oracle of Delphi: "Nothing in excess" and "Know thyself."

The spirit of moderation, self control, temperance, restraint, and discretion. As a social ideal, the Ancient Greeks upheld the practice of sophrosyne, which means prudence and moderation but ultimately its complex meaning, so important to the ancients, is very difficult to convey in English. It is perhaps to some extent expressed by the two most famous sayings of the Oracle of Delphi: "Nothing in excess" and "Know thyself."

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