Anonymous said: What is the best advice you have ever received or given?

Hmmm… this is a really good question, haha.

The best advice I’ve received is probably that even though sometimes it seems that the people most deserving don’t get what they want - the people who seem to get their way and are undeserving, will one day wish they were you. So, even though it’s really hard to do the right thing and put other’s happiness first, do it anyway, because eventually your time will come for your good fortune.

And the best advice I’ve given, and always do, is that everything happens for a reason. I truly believe it. All the good and bad will lead you to where you’re supposed to be. So you’ve just got to have faith that things will end up that way, and pray that they do. :)

breathesummerlife said: three things: 1. i just reblogged the crap out of your blog, i freaking loveee it & 2. what church do you go to? & 3. do you have any pictures with quotes by sugarland?

1. Haha, yay! I love when that happens:)

2. Technically, I don’t belong to a church. My family doesn’t go. But I belong to a youth group called Echo, which is from Dulles Community Church.

3. Of course, I do! A lot, actually! You just gotta look through “my edits” on my page:) And let me know if you want a specific song I haven’t done yet!

Honesty DAY. No questions are deleted. Nothing is off limits. Ask me anything.

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Anonymous said: I don't know if i have said this already, but your beautiful. ♥ Never forget it.

Awh you’re sweet. Haha, thanks so much :)

the-redneck-sideofme said: can you do one for "Put the good times in your pocket let the bad ones make you strong keep chuggin along" Please and Thank ya =]

Sureeee :) And you’re welcome, haha.

I’m so attracted to you.

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joe-hawkins:

This man died today, he may look like any other old person but he was the last remaining combat veteran of The 1st World war. He joined the navy at 14 and had a 41year military career, published his 1st book at 108 and he was 110 when he passed away. No matter what your view on war, people like this deserve all our thanks. Governments start wars and the people fight them.
RIP Claude Stanley Choules.

joe-hawkins:

This man died today, he may look like any other old person but he was the last remaining combat veteran of The 1st World war. He joined the navy at 14 and had a 41year military career, published his 1st book at 108 and he was 110 when he passed away. No matter what your view on war, people like this deserve all our thanks. Governments start wars and the people fight them.

RIP Claude Stanley Choules.

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