wunderful day

Insouciant

Adjective

[in-soo-see-uh nt; French an-soo-syahn

1. free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant.

Origin:
1820-1830; Insouciant entered English from French, based on the French verb soucier meaning “to worry.” Ultimately it finds its roots in the Latin sollicitāre meaning “to disturb.”

“You need to be flagrantly insouciant.
You care way too much.
And because of that you will be paralyzed for life and miss out on everything.”
Wendy Wunder, The Museum of Intangible Things

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 Happy Birthday Taylor !!!!!! Woah I can’t believe that you’re already turning 26. I hope you spend a wunderful day with all the people you love. I hope that all your dreams and hopes will come true. May you be happy and healthy and live a long live. I hope you know that we love you without a doubt and that we will always love and respect you. I also hope that you know that we will always respect and support your decisions and we will stand by you forever, no matter what comes. We are so proud of you and we couldn’t be more thankful and happy that you are our role model. You’re doing your job so well. But you’re not only our role model, no you’re so much more than that. You’re our best friend, our little dork, our crazy aunt Becky and especially our lifesaver. Thank you for everything, thank you for sharing your music, experience and thoughts with us. Thank you for giving us advices and for making us feel less lonely. You’re 100 % pure sunshine and we admire and appreciate you so much. I love you <3