63 anniversary

   "I know my husband was devoted to me. I know he was proud of me. It took a very long time for us to work everything out, but we did, and we were about to have a real life together.“

"I was in love with Jack, I will never feel that way again.”

  “I never had or wanted a life of my own. Everything centered around Jack. I can’t believe I’ll never see him again. Sometimes, I wake in the morning, eager to tell him something, and he’s not there…Nearly every religion teaches there’s an afterlife, and I cling to that hope…

  …Jack was something special, and I know he saw something special in me too…The three years we spent in the White House were really the happiest time for us, the closest, and now it’s all gone…”

“Even though people may be well known, they hold in their hearts the emotions of a simple person for the moments that are the most important of those we know on earth: birth, marriage and death.”

 “I have been through a lot and have suffered a great deal. But I have had lots of happy moments, as well. Every moment one lives is different from the other. The good, the bad, hardship, the joy, the tragedy, love, and happiness are all interwoven into one single, indescribable whole that is called life. You cannot separate the good from the bad. And perhaps there is no need to do so, either.”

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Rest in Peace John Fitzgerald Kennedy:
May 29th, 1917 ~ November 22nd, 1963

“He could never hide his humor. You always knew when he was about to pull a funny. He struggled for a dead pan but couldn’t hold it; the devilish twinkle of his eye and the quirk of a mouth tempted to grin betrayed his forthcoming quips…

[Now] the devilish eye, the betraying quirk of the mouth are gone. And nothing is funny about their departure.

But there was much to laugh about in his life, which was greater for that fact. God keep you, Jack, and your smiling Irish eyes.”

-Gene Graham of the Nashville Tennessean, November 1963

lilytita  asked:

48, 52, 59, 63, 65 (*≧∀≦)人(≧∀≦*)♪

AWWW Thank you!


48: What’s your favorite love song?

Of course it’s The Cure and of course it’s Love Song


52: Are you good at giving other people advices regarding dating/ relationships?

No, I’m the worst \(;A;)/ never ask me this stuff because I’m… specific when it comes to relationships and my own is… specific… we both love very very dark humor from the deapest hell hole in the world so… we’re strange


59: Have you ever forgotten important dates like your partner’s birthday or your anniversary?

We both forget it literally all the time xd We forgot about our last anniversary lol


63: Is watching porn while being in a relationship inappropriate?

I personaly don’t like porn but ppl are different. If partners like watching it then ok I’m not here to judge anyone if they’re happy, right? Do what you want just be nice to each other and use protection (or not if you don’t want to).


65: Would you consider yourself a “cuddler”?

cuddler is here

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                                                                              and I’m here so no

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Who invented it?

We did. – The Mercedes-AMG S 63 4MATIC Cabriolet “Edition 130”. A limited special edition for the “130 years Inventor of the Automobile” anniversary.

[Combined fuel consumption: 10.4 l/100 km |CO₂ emissions: 244 g/km | http://mb4.me/EfficiencyStatement]

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~Today is the 52nd Anniversary of the assassination of 35th President, John F. Kennedy, known by many as simply, Jack. 

November 22, 1963 is a date engraved into the mind of the American people.  It was a day in which, not only a President died, but a fire within America also died.  But that fire was soon re-ignited by Jack’s beautiful wife, Jacqueline Kennedy; not only by remaining strong throughout the dark days in November, setting an example to America and giving them the strength to carry on, but also by physically lighting a flame, the Eternal Flame, at the head of her husband and our President’s grave as an everlasting reminder of the great man who once lived-keeping his presence with us always.

Now I could go on about how great a man Kennedy was but we cannot forget that he was also human.  He made mistakes, he had flaws; the difference between him and others is that he accepted his mistakes and strove to try and change them.  Many which he had changed and was in the process of changing with Jackie being more than aware. 

Now let us remember John F. Kennedy not for his uncovered flaws but for what he gave to this country, the great things he achieved and planned to achieve, and for always choosing and aiming to choose Peace over anything else.

Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment, that was known as Camelot!

Rest in Peace, John F. Kennedy.
May 29, 1917 ~ November 22, 1963