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HerLoveStyle...What I Love, how I Love.

I AM A CREATIVE BEING with a multitude of talents to create the most amazing things. I was born to create, direct, and execute. You need something done with great style from the foundation to the finale? I'm the one to contact! Located in Southern California. I AM A MOTHER. My son is a genius born in 2009. Becoming a mother is the best thing that ever happened to me. My goal everyday is to be actively there in every area of his life. I extend positive vibes & love to everyone that comes by this page. I pray nothing but greatness over you. I pray love abound in your being and that it spills over to everyone you come in contact with. Blessings to you...In Jesus Name Amen
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I’ve forgiven my past, released my future, and shown up for the present with love and faith.

Gabrielle Bernstein (via mcmvirtualbookclub)

patientlywaiting4u:

I wish I had friends like this.

A tulip doesn’t strive to impress anyone. It doesn’t struggle to be different than a rose. It doesn’t have to. It is different. And there’s room in the garden for every flower. You didn’t have to struggle to make your face different than anyone else’s on earth. It just is.
You are unique because you were created that way.

 Marianne Williamson  (via julesofnature)

thoughtslostandfound:

I can’t see myself hurting someone the way I’ve been hurt.

Ever.

carlos-gadbois:

oneofthemohicans:

truth.

ENUFF IS SAID….

2themoonandbeyond:

Spend time perfecting your craft.

Many of us have this idea that we’re meant to be perfect as writers. Instead, try thinking of your writing as akin to your fingerprints. They are what they are – unique patterns that exclusively represent you – not good or bad or better or worse than anyone else’s.
Instead of trying to perfect your writing, then, strive to get acquainted with this pattern and become more and more proficient at expressing it. There is no endpoint in this process, and we will never arrive at “perfect.” So why not give up the chase right now, and just enjoy the resonance and beauty of our humble, flawed writing as it is?

Sage Cohen (via writingquotes)

fauntleroy:

create.