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justenoughisplenty:

Paying to rough it, Susan and John Johnson came to Alaska after homestead and other free land had run out. They bought eight expensive acres of wilderness with a view, tenting while they built a small, handsome log house with no modern conveniences.
National Geographic - June, 1975
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"The worst thing in the world can happen, but the next day the sun will come up. And you will eat your toast. And you will drink your tea."
Rhian Ellis, After Life  (via thesoutherly)
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Halfway across leaves a long way to go
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"Life, he says, doesn’t have to be so bad all the time. We don’t have to be anxious about everything. We can just be. We can get up, anticipate that the day will probably have a few good moments and a few bad ones, and then just deal with it. Take it all in and deal as best we can."
John Corey Whaley, Where Things Come Back  (via thesoutherly)
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I’m already looking forward to tomorrow’s morning coffee.
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