Philip Taylor
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May your home be a place where friends meet, family gathers, and love grows.

Ben's Garden decoupage trinket tray made in New York City, by Ben Busko. "May your home be a place where friends meet, family gathers and love grows." Home Glass Valet Tray.

Judith Viorst, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day | 15 Wonderful Quotes About Life From Children's Books

Alexander & the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day! My favorite children's book! 15 Wonderful Quotes About Life From Children’s Books

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Be with someone who knows exactly what they have when they have you, someone who values you. Not someone who will realize it when they've lost you.

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A quote that describes the one who is worth the wait ♥ Hold out for that remarkable connection and your path will intersect with true love. Wait for the one who will PURSUE YOU.

True dat.

" A Real woman can do it all by herself, but a real man won't let her." I'm happy to be married to a gentleman and I'm raising my son to be like his dad. I have been blessed with the two gentlemen in my life.

Quotes

Trust the one who can see these 3 things in you: Sorrow behind your smile, Love behind your anger, Meaning behind your silence.

Quote of life

Never regret anything that has ha opened in your life. It cannot be changed, undone or forgotten. Take it as a lesson and move on. So true! Life moves on.

Fear

Often, when we’re afraid about the future or experiencing anxiety about where our life is going, I don’t think it’s because of a fear of the future, I think it’s actually because of fear of the past. Whether it’s frustration over things that haven’t.

this is so beautiful

And once the storm is over. you won't be the same person who walked in. I know I'm not the same person who walked into my storm.

A Different Perspective - this would be a good quote for a tattoo !

"We Can't Direct the Wind, but We can Adjust the Sails." Thomas S Monson And to add to this quote."I am not afraid of storms for I have learned how to sail my ship" Louisa May Alcott~