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Stephanie. 22. San Diego. TFJ & <3 Sunshine. Family. Friends. My big. My littles. I am OBSESSED with DR.SEUSS... So follow at your own risk...
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Glinda: All right… I promise. But I don’t understand.

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That’s good service.

The fuck kinds of requests are these?

This place just got my business


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I hate when a person says they’ve had a bad day and everyone, instead of trying to cheer them up, enters a competition of who’s had the shittest life

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Words of Emotion


Words of Emotion

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this is literally what it’s like to be 21

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Clear your mind here


Clear your mind here

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I love your wedding. It is such an inspiration! I was curious what food you served and what music you listened to and danced to? And what were all the activities on the chalk board? Thanks!

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we had tri-tip, salad, garlic bread, and I think there was rice? And PIE. It was real good too!
As for music, we had a few different sections of the day with different music: for the ceremony, our friend Titus played banjo and guitar—I walked down the aisle to Sufjan Stevens’ version of ‘Come Thou Fount’ and there were some other songs he played but I don’t remember?? Then for the little carnival (that’s why we had the chalkboard you’re talking about), we had Avett Brothers, Fleet Foxes, Old Crow Medicine Show, bluegrassy/banjo-y music. Then fun dance music for dancing! A lot of Beyoncé! there’s a wedding playlist on my spotify (just search my name) that has a mixture of all the music we had there!
As for the carnival, we had games like archery, arm wrestling, ring toss, three-legged race, etc. that people could play, along with popcorn and cotton candy—and all of it was on a ticket system, so people would go to the ticket table and donate money to our honeymoon fund and get a certain amount of tickets that they could spend playing games or getting popcorn/cotton candy. We actually made a LOT of money that way, and it was way better than a dollar dance! It was a lot of fun!

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Bad day? No problem my family has a &#8216;whine rack&#8217; #malbec #wine #enjoythewine #thisisamazing

Bad day? No problem my family has a ‘whine rack’ #malbec #wine #enjoythewine #thisisamazing

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when I first tweeted these I had to try to hide them from my two psychologist parents but then they got so big that my neighbor told them about it and so they sat me down to ask if I needed help.

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