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Peanuts
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~   Dom Hélder Câmara, Archbishop of Olinda & Recife (Brazil), 1909-1999
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Especially breakdancing. :)

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Jacket with design of lotuses [detail]
Origin: JapaneseDate: Early 19th centuryMedium: Resist-dyed and painted plain-weave bast fiberLocation: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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I remember “liking” this quote last year when Torie posted it. It resonated with me and how I feel about Jeremy. When we got together, I was filled with a sense of peace I had never felt before and realized I didn’t need to look around anymore. He and we were enough. I told myself that one day, on the day we were married, I would read it to him. But if felt like a dream at the time. Luckily, I remembered this quote today, in time to share it with him. In a few short weeks that faraway dream of marrying my love will become true. I can’t believe he’ll be my husband. I feel overwhelmed with gratitude. How could one person ever be so lucky?

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