I can tell you this much, I will marry just once. If it doesn’t work out, I’ll give her half of my stuff, it’s fine with me. We said eternity…
And I will go to my grave, with the love that I gave…
John Mayer (via bringmeacloud)

For your enjoyment…

Ahhh, yesss …

Ahhh, yesss …

At least our JM knows how to dress for Sesame Street. LOL!

We all have wounds from life that need to be healed. Some are just deeper than others. I found this girls strory very inspiring. Maybe this will help me heal the wounds.  -Yummyomummy
fuckyeahtattoos:

August 3, 2009, my parents were killed in a car accident. My world was shattered into a million little pieces. By the grace of God and the support of wonderful friends and family, I have been able to pick myself back up and slowly place the pieces of my world back together.
Going to church after the accident was a very hard thing to do. I couldn’t sing the words to the songs without breaking down. At the first church service I went to after the accident, two ladies sang this song that deeply touched my heart. The main line to the song was, “HEAL THE WOUND but leave the scar to remind me of how wonderful you are.”
To me, that meant the world! To me that meant that it is okay to move on and to not dwell on that sadness and tragic event that had happened in my life. It really gave me the strength and the encouragement to still think about them and remember everything they had taught me as well as all the memories I once had of them, but at the same time it was okay to move on and make a new beginning to my life. I feel invincible and so proud of myself for being so strong.
I thank God for the wonderful parents he allowed me to have for those 18 years who were able to instill such important lessons that will last a life time. I love you mom & dad.

We all have wounds from life that need to be healed. Some are just deeper than others. I found this girls strory very inspiring. Maybe this will help me heal the wounds.  -Yummyomummy

fuckyeahtattoos:

August 3, 2009, my parents were killed in a car accident. My world was shattered into a million little pieces. By the grace of God and the support of wonderful friends and family, I have been able to pick myself back up and slowly place the pieces of my world back together.

Going to church after the accident was a very hard thing to do. I couldn’t sing the words to the songs without breaking down. At the first church service I went to after the accident, two ladies sang this song that deeply touched my heart. The main line to the song was, “HEAL THE WOUND but leave the scar to remind me of how wonderful you are.”

To me, that meant the world! To me that meant that it is okay to move on and to not dwell on that sadness and tragic event that had happened in my life. It really gave me the strength and the encouragement to still think about them and remember everything they had taught me as well as all the memories I once had of them, but at the same time it was okay to move on and make a new beginning to my life. I feel invincible and so proud of myself for being so strong.

I thank God for the wonderful parents he allowed me to have for those 18 years who were able to instill such important lessons that will last a life time. I love you mom & dad.

One of my favorite shots I took at the Boston Garden this past winter.

One of my favorite shots I took at the Boston Garden this past winter.

This is one of my favorite pics.

This is one of my favorite pics.

Wise words I will live by… 

Wise words I will live by…