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Gatiss sneak attack (gif). - This never stops being adorable. << hahaha awkward HIS SMILE.

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How To: 7 Easy Ways to Remove Water Ring Marks from Wood Furniture

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I wish everything were so simple. Everything would be clear. A definite sharp line that marks what's right and what's wrong. I wish people were open about that. People have their own opinions, but have they ever considered that they could be mistaken?

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MR. DARCY - Maybe a little silly to put this on my "Janeite" board; however, true Janeites can appreciate Colin Firth's Mr. Darcy in the 1993 BBC version of Pride and Predjudice. This is the one man my husband knows I have a mad crush on. He knows it and doesn't mess with it. It is what it is.

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This is a great way for students to see what punctuation goes with each sentence. you could scramble up the note cards and have students put them back in the correct slot while reading them with the correct punctuation at the end.

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I found this quote and I absolutely love it! It speaks to my heart! "What God has joined together, let no one separate." Mark 10:9 This bible verse is near and dear to me! Family should never get in between a husband and a wife....NEVER! I am so thankful that I have a husband that will defend me whenever defending is needed!!

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Women are Scared of What they Seek. "I’ve always been a firm believer that whatever you want to find in a partner you need to exemplify those yourself. So in saying that, I invite you to explore who you’re being. How are you showing up to your relationships? The greatest relationships take two whole people. Two people who don’t need each other. Better yet. They want each other. Their love is born of choice, not of necessity." via Mark Groves #OneOnly #yes

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7 Strange Questions That Help You Find Your Life Purpose

Most of us have no clue what we want to do with our lives. Even after we finish school. Even after we get a job. Even after we’re making money. Between ages 18 and 25, I changed career aspirations more often than I changed my underwear. And even after I had a business, it wasn’t until I was 28 that I clearly defined what I wanted for my life. http://markmanson.net/life-purpose/

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