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    UPDATE: I've had a few requests to turn this into a print and I'm happy to oblige! It will be available later this month in my etsy shop, katielicht. Thanks for your interest!

    this is a work in progress shot from a project I never finished (unfinished projects seem to be my norm these days.) anyway, I actually kind of like it the way it is and I wanted to share.

    this is something I say to myself when I'm having hard days or weird days or whatever. having two kids isn't always easy. living away from your family isn't always easy. but this is my life and i'm happy to be living it. every day.

    Natty Malik, berly816, and 152 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Jaszmurka 47 months ago | reply

      awesome! :)

    2. katie licht 47 months ago | reply

      hey, thank you!

    3. kaitlynmeanspure 46 months ago | reply

      Love the ampersand.

    4. sarah ahearn 46 months ago | reply

      so great! :) yes!

    5. mlepitts 45 months ago | reply

      this is wonderful! i'm sharing on my blog, linking to you :) hope that's ok. www.emilypitts.blogspot.com

    6. Caiti_SM 45 months ago | reply

      Please make and sell prints of this, Ms. Katie! I want it :)

    7. justem 45 months ago | reply

      you are a rock star. :)

    8. katie licht 45 months ago | reply

      thank you. :)

    9. lifeonflower 40 months ago | reply

      Katie, I just saw this featured here: www.thisisloveforever.com/2012/01/loving-forever-words-of...

      thought you'd like to know. Happy New year!

    10. On My Own blog 39 months ago | reply

      Hello Katie, Love this creation. I'd like to add this to my blog to inspire & empower other young widows, as it has for myself. Hope you are doing well, thank you for sharing here on Flickr. onmyownblog.com/

    11. katie licht 39 months ago | reply

      thanks for sharing my work on your blog! I'm happy that it inspired you.

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