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Honestly the most relaxing thing in the world.

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Honestly the most relaxing thing in the world.

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In that moment, as the minister said his part, my world, which had been upside down for so long now, seemed to settle into its proper position. I saw just how silly I’d been for fearing this – as if it were an unwanted birthday gift or an embarrassing exhibition, like the prom. I looked into Edward’s shining, triumphant eyes and knew that I was winning, too. Because nothing else mattered but that I could stay with him.

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superbnature:

Werther by BurakGunaydin

superbnature:

Werther by BurakGunaydin

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caseyistall:

Designed. Built. Flipped. Shelved.

caseyistall:

Designed. Built. Flipped. Shelved.

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If someone reads fewer books than you do, it does not make them less intelligent than you. It does not even make them a worse reader. If someone reads different types of books than you do, it doesn’t make them a bad reader, either. It just means they are a different human being than you.

from Pages Ain’t Nothing But a Number (or, Let’s All Stop Judging People By How Much They Read) by Jill Guccini (via bookriot)

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stashingbooks:

June Book Photo Challenge: 19.Out and About
reading in the car

stashingbooks:

June Book Photo Challenge: 19.Out and About

reading in the car

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