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"Then, in the sweetest of movements, the Lord collected my dust & breathed life in again
as He had done so many times before, and with eyes of lightning and vocal chords of thunder,
He whispered: Child of mine, burn no more."


Day 29 | A month of limits


june 9th, 2014

: “I’m excited to eat real food with you! Whole30 is so limited!”

Now, I don’t blame Jordie for this comment. Whole30 is, in fact, SO limited. But it’s crazy to think that my reaction to “I’m excited to eat real food with you” was, “Wait…I have been eating real food

how’s your night been?!

is such a great question.

Jordie just asked me
and it helped me relive some of the awesome moments of tonight,
and think through how good it was,
and how good it is that it was good,
and how nice people are the coolest,
and how getting free tea is awesome,
and how servers who take the time to talk to you are the best,
and stuff.


the saddest part of The Fault In Our Stars was definitely when Augustus fell into the chocolate river and got sucked up into the tube thing

I thought of Augustus Gloop so much more than I wanted to admit.

(via laneyyryyan)

Dang, this is good.

“ The most critical time for a pregnancy is the first trimester when the major structures of the body are forming. Therefore, any adverse substances encountered during this time can profoundly affect the developing fetus. However, many women do not realize at first that they are pregnant. Luckily, nature has provided us with a safety net-the lack of a shared blood supply for approximately two weeks after conception diminishes the likelihood of exposure. ”

—    from “Child: From Birth to Adolescence”
Psalm 139:13 | ”Nature” is pretty cool.

“ And because of His experience, My Righteous Servant will make it possible for many to be counted righteous, for He will bear all their sins. ”

—    Isaiah 53: 11b
(via godsradicaldaughter)

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