Doll house, play god, make the life I want.
Perfect sprawling home, nothing out of place.
A happy couple with happy children.
I give them all the world, that I am not given. 72 more words
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Nothing is perfect. Life is messy. Relationships are complex. Outcomes are uncertain. People are irrational. Hugh Mackay
It was pleasant surprise. After suffering two miscarriages and then battling infertility, I found out I was expecting.
2007. The year I looked forward to with anticipation. 1,310 more words
If They Remake Ghostbusters and the Remake Isn't Perfect, It Will Completely Obliterate My Childhood and Invalidate the Rest of My Existence
Most of you had sad lives, I bet. On a TV show once–it might have even been reality TV–I watched a homeless family huddled around a metal, on-fire barrel eating heels of stale bread and scraping day-old cheese off the lids of pizza boxes for dessert. 615 more words
You’re closer than you think to your perfect life, and you can change more than you think to get there.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been trying an exercise from one of Martha Beck’s books (sadly, I can’t remember which one): spend ten minutes per day thinking, in great sensory detail, about your perfect life. 598 more words