Important Women in History with Your Zodiac Sign.

• Aries: Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.)🇺🇸.

• Taurus: Eva Perón (May 7, 1919, Los Toldos, Argentina)🇦🇷.

• Gemini: Anne Frank (June 12, 1929, Frankfurt, Germany)🇩🇪.

• Cancer: Diana Princess of Wales (July 1, 1961, Norfolk, England)🇬🇧.

• Leo: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (July 28, 1929, Southampton, New York, U.S.)🇺🇸.

• Virgo: Queen Elizabeth I (September 7, 1533, Greenwich, England)🇬🇧.

• Libra: Margaret Thatcher (October 13, 1925, London, UK)🇬🇧.

• Scorpio: Marie Antoinette (November 2, 1755, Vienna, Austria)🇦🇹.

• Sagittarius: Mary Queen of Scots (December 8, 1587, Linlithgow, Scotland).

• Capricorn: Joan of Arc (January 6, 1412, France)🇫🇷.

• Aquarius: Rosa Parks (February 4, 1913, Tuskegee, Alabama, U.S.)🇺🇸.

• Pisces: Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932, London, England, UK)🇬🇧.

“The photos are not mine”

“My mother was always reading! That’s the image I have when I think of her. In New York, she’d be reading when I came home from school or in the evenings. In the summer, we’d swim in the mornings, and in the afternoons she’d read on the porch. She always said that reading the memoirs of Versailles was the best preparation she had for the White House, because the way people behaved at court was like how they did around the president. She had a deep engagement with literature, history, plays, and poetry. They gave her strength, even in the difficult times. Because she knew about ancient Greece and read the plays written back then, she knew about suffering and about perseverance.”

– Caroline Kennedy

In 1947, 17 year old Jacqueline Lee Bouvier wrote the following Dear John letter to her long distance boyfriend:

“I’ve always thought of being in love as being willing to do anything for the other person—starve to buy them bread and not mind living in Siberia with them—and I’ve always thought that every minute away from them would be hell—so looking at it that [way] I guess I’m not in love with you.”

(Mother Jones)

Jackie’s regal mask concealed a personality sensitive and subject to great strain, as well as periods of collapse. There were times when she felt inadequate and unable to cope, leaning heavily on Jack. She would say, “Oh Jack, I’m so sorry that I’m such a dud.”, and the future president would reply, “I love you as you are.”. -found this on Pinterest and my heart melted

And I remember when I met him, it was so clear that he was the only one for me.

We both knew it, right away.

And as the years went on, things got more difficult, we were faced with more challenges.

I begged him to stay.

Try to remember what we had at the beginning.

He was charismatic, magnetic, electric and everybody knew it. When he walked in every woman’s head turned, everyone stood up to talk to him.

He was like this hybrid,

this mix of a man who couldn’t contain himself.

I always got the sense that he became torn
between being a good person and missing out on all of the opportunities that life could offer a man as magnificent as him.

And in that way I understood him and I loved him.

I loved him,
I loved him,
I loved him.

And I still love him.

I love him.

—  The love letter Jacqueline Kennedy wrote to John F Kennedy after his assassination on November 22, 1963