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Robin. 18. Poet. ISFJ. Canadian. Camp staff 2014. Oxford comma enthusiast. Worshiper. Metalhead. Summer missionary. Mouth of Joy.
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  • “ Love should never have to be second guessed. It should be full of stay safe texts and calls, it should be laughing at each others jokes even when they mess up the punch line or do not make any sense, it should be singing off key and dancing in the shower, it should be yelling at one another when they do something that might be dangerous, it should be Midnight laughing and morning kisses, it should be arguing one minute and holding hands the next minute, it should be knowing each others quirks and habits inside and out, it should be full of compromises and always listening, it should be watching each others shows together even if one of you absolutely hate that show, it should be going to a chick flick or an action movie, it should be flirting one minute and talking about the economy the next minute. It shouldn’t be perfect. Love is very far from perfect. But you should never feel broken or worthless or wondering if you are loved in a relationship. When it’s real, oh god, it’s real. ”

    —    (via mysteriouslesbian)

    (Source: dollpoetry, via womaninthewoods)

    Do you have any advice for writing vows? Like very important things to definitely include and any other tips you might have.

    Asked by Anonymous

    hannaoliviaway:

    while we were engaged, I kept a journal and had a specific section where I bullet-point listed things I wanted to put in my vows to Zach, so when it came time to really write them, I had a lot to go off of. my vows were broken up like this: what he means to me, what he has done for me, what I promise to do for him, for the rest of our lives.

    my advice—don’t just try to make it sound pretty, don’t only do clichés— write exactly what you mean. you know what this person means to you, now is your chance to state that in front of family and friends! don’t psyche yourself out about it too much—whatever you end up saying, will be perfect for you two!

    I hope this helps!

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