The 18 Best Things About Being in Your Late Twenties -
I love this list! Though I am not in my late twenties ( I’m 24 ) I can agree with each situation on here ! I’m not old, I’m smart!
YES to ALL of these things!!
This dress gives me the shivers! I don’t think I could walk down the aisle in it, my mother is just too traditional, but that would be one fantastic rehearsal and rehearsal dinner dress!
mmhhmmm (Phaedra Parks voice)
SPREAD THE DAMN WORD
THAT WAS COOL
My hands are too small to do this effectively.
I wish I wasn’t iPod
You don’t have to hold down both though.
Hello followers old and new!
I am engaged and have a brand stickin’ new blahg!
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Thanks in advance!
Ain't love the sweetest thing? -
Thanks Ally! I think you’re the sweetest! Love you!
A little over a week ago, one of my good friends, Tricia, got engaged. Tricia and I have been friends since college, and she continues to be a big support system in my life. I have a lot of support from friends, but Tricia is one of the few who always remembers when I have surgeries or cares…
Check out what they did here.
Actually, these people might be the most hated parents in the world:
Sure these guys let their kid crawl on really expensive artwork. But at least they didn’t let their child sit and slowly die of starvation and disease.
We are the girls with anxiety disorders, filled appointment books, five-year plans. We take ourselves very, very seriously. We are the peacemakers, the do-gooders, the givers, the savers. We are on time, overly prepared, well read, and witty, intellectually curious, always moving… We pride ourselves on getting as little sleep as possible and thrive on self-deprivation. We drink coffee, a lot of it. We are on birth control, Prozac, and multivitamins… We are relentless, judgmental with ourselves, and forgiving to others. We never want to be as passive-aggressive as our mothers, never want to marry men as uninspired as our fathers… We are the daughters of the feminists who said, “You can be anything,” and we heard, “You have to be everything. — courtney e. martin. | via thatkindofwoman (via littlelaur)
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