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  • platypus_rating - Platypus ! @platypus_rating 9 minutes ago
  • Platypus.photo #93
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great emotion. but taper it back. you’re happy in love, you didn’t win the lottery. better. now cover your eyes with the hearts. it’s not lame, it’s cute. and smile bigger. looks good. wait, it looks like you have gas. try a happy smile. not a constipated smile. that’s better. lift your chin higher to show that fantastic disheveled beard of yours you sexy hairy love beast. yes. that’s it you lochness monster. make love to the camera with your exuberance. nice! wardrobe, button his shirt up. we have a forest of chest hair escaping. great. now more teeth. wait, less teeth. that looks creepy. don’t stick your tongue out. we want puppy love, not puppy with his head out the car window. that’s better. no, worse actually. try something else. no. no. nope. not that one. yes big foot! that one! hold it, hold it. chin up higher. elbows out. that’s it my big romantic sasquatch, perfect. shoot. i’m out of film. hold that pose. Platypus.photo #93 . great emotion. but taper it back. you’re happy in love, you didn’t win the lottery. better. now cover your eyes with the hearts. it’s not lame, it’s cute. and smile bigger. looks good. wait, it looks like you have gas. try a happy smile. not a constipated smile. that’s better. lift your chin higher to show that fantastic disheveled beard of yours you sexy hairy love beast. yes. that’s it you lochness monster. make love to the camera with your exuberance. nice! wardrobe, button his shirt up. we have a forest of chest hair escaping. great. now more teeth. wait, less teeth. that looks creepy. don’t stick your tongue out. we want puppy love, not puppy with his head out the car window. that’s better. no, worse actually. try something else. no. no. nope. not that one. yes big foot! that one! hold it, hold it. chin up higher. elbows out. that’s it my big romantic sasquatch, perfect. shoot. i’m out of film. hold that pose.
  • Platypus.photo #93 . great emotion. but taper it back. you’re happy in love, you didn’t win the lottery. better. now cover your eyes with the hearts. it’s not lame, it’s cute. and smile bigger. looks good. wait, it looks like you have gas. try a happy smile. not a constipated smile. that’s better. lift your chin higher to show that fantastic disheveled beard of yours you sexy hairy love beast. yes. that’s it you lochness monster. make love to the camera with your exuberance. nice! wardrobe, button his shirt up. we have a forest of chest hair escaping. great. now more teeth. wait, less teeth. that looks creepy. don’t stick your tongue out. we want puppy love, not puppy with his head out the car window. that’s better. no, worse actually. try something else. no. no. nope. not that one. yes big foot! that one! hold it, hold it. chin up higher. elbows out. that’s it my big romantic sasquatch, perfect. shoot. i’m out of film. hold that pose.
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  • nottheseawitch - Ursula Hunter | NASM-CPT @nottheseawitch 9 minutes ago
  • Long post alert:

Today, one year ago, @jaycountry729 and I mailed off our very last student loan payment. we were finally debt free! it took us three years, seven months, and nine days to pay off a mix of credit cards, car loans, student loans, and collections totaling $129,002.56. • “If you live fake rich now, you’ll be real broke later.” -Chris Hogan
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People ask us all the time, “how did you pay off all that debt?” and also “why did you do it?” I’ve been thinking about this for a while, so here are my keys to getting out of debt and STAYING OUT. •
1. Figure out your “why?”: if you don’t know why you want to be out of debt, then debt will be a perpetual problem for you and your future family. When you find the “why?”, the “how?” is easy. Bryan and I started out with about fifty cents to our names and decided we never wanted to be broke again.
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2. Start with a plan: I googled “how to get out of debt”. It was that easy. Fortunately @daveramsey wrote a simple, easy to read plan called The Total Money Makeover and if this book is not on your bookshelf, it needs to be ASAP. •
3. Stop listening to broke people: only take advice from someone you’d switch places with. Dave Ramsey has millions of dollars, I don’t (yet). Of course I’m going to take his financial advice. •
4. Give, and give some more: seems counterintuitive, right? just keep in mind the golden rule: be not deceived, God is not mocked. whatever a man sows, that shall he reap. Bryan and I give faithfully at @lhhoustonchurch with @pastorkeion (the church we attend in Houston) along with other causes dear to us. •
5. Reach back and help someone else: once we were out of debt, all we wanted was to share our story and spread the knowledge. there is absolutely no reason to keep your story to yourself. we decided to tell ours to millions of people on the Dave Ramsey Show, which was nerve racking and liberating all at the same time. We waited seven months to be on the show. If we inspired anyone, gave anyone hope, changed anyone’s mindset, we accomplished our goal. And we will never stop telling our story. •
Special thanks also to @chrishogan360 @anthonyoneal @rachelcruze for all the helpful advice. Long post alert: Today, one year ago, @jaycountry729 and I mailed off our very last student loan payment. we were finally debt free! it took us three years, seven months, and nine days to pay off a mix of credit cards, car loans, student loans, and collections totaling $129,002.56. • “If you live fake rich now, you’ll be real broke later.” -Chris Hogan • People ask us all the time, “how did you pay off all that debt?” and also “why did you do it?” I’ve been thinking about this for a while, so here are my keys to getting out of debt and STAYING OUT. • 1. Figure out your “why?”: if you don’t know why you want to be out of debt, then debt will be a perpetual problem for you and your future family. When you find the “why?”, the “how?” is easy. Bryan and I started out with about fifty cents to our names and decided we never wanted to be broke again. • 2. Start with a plan: I googled “how to get out of debt”. It was that easy. Fortunately @daveramsey wrote a simple, easy to read plan called The Total Money Makeover and if this book is not on your bookshelf, it needs to be ASAP. • 3. Stop listening to broke people: only take advice from someone you’d switch places with. Dave Ramsey has millions of dollars, I don’t (yet). Of course I’m going to take his financial advice. • 4. Give, and give some more: seems counterintuitive, right? just keep in mind the golden rule: be not deceived, God is not mocked. whatever a man sows, that shall he reap. Bryan and I give faithfully at @lhhoustonchurch with @pastorkeion (the church we attend in Houston) along with other causes dear to us. • 5. Reach back and help someone else: once we were out of debt, all we wanted was to share our story and spread the knowledge. there is absolutely no reason to keep your story to yourself. we decided to tell ours to millions of people on the Dave Ramsey Show, which was nerve racking and liberating all at the same time. We waited seven months to be on the show. If we inspired anyone, gave anyone hope, changed anyone’s mindset, we accomplished our goal. And we will never stop telling our story. • Special thanks also to @chrishogan360 @anthonyoneal @rachelcruze for all the helpful advice.
  • Long post alert: Today, one year ago, @jaycountry729 and I mailed off our very last student loan payment. we were finally debt free! it took us three years, seven months, and nine days to pay off a mix of credit cards, car loans, student loans, and collections totaling $129,002.56. • “If you live fake rich now, you’ll be real broke later.” -Chris Hogan • People ask us all the time, “how did you pay off all that debt?” and also “why did you do it?” I’ve been thinking about this for a while, so here are my keys to getting out of debt and STAYING OUT. • 1. Figure out your “why?”: if you don’t know why you want to be out of debt, then debt will be a perpetual problem for you and your future family. When you find the “why?”, the “how?” is easy. Bryan and I started out with about fifty cents to our names and decided we never wanted to be broke again. • 2. Start with a plan: I googled “how to get out of debt”. It was that easy. Fortunately @daveramsey wrote a simple, easy to read plan called The Total Money Makeover and if this book is not on your bookshelf, it needs to be ASAP. • 3. Stop listening to broke people: only take advice from someone you’d switch places with. Dave Ramsey has millions of dollars, I don’t (yet). Of course I’m going to take his financial advice. • 4. Give, and give some more: seems counterintuitive, right? just keep in mind the golden rule: be not deceived, God is not mocked. whatever a man sows, that shall he reap. Bryan and I give faithfully at @lhhoustonchurch with @pastorkeion (the church we attend in Houston) along with other causes dear to us. • 5. Reach back and help someone else: once we were out of debt, all we wanted was to share our story and spread the knowledge. there is absolutely no reason to keep your story to yourself. we decided to tell ours to millions of people on the Dave Ramsey Show, which was nerve racking and liberating all at the same time. We waited seven months to be on the show. If we inspired anyone, gave anyone hope, changed anyone’s mindset, we accomplished our goal. And we will never stop telling our story. • Special thanks also to @chrishogan360 @anthonyoneal @rachelcruze for all the helpful advice.
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  • morganraedrury - Morgan Drury @morganraedrury 15 minutes ago
  • MOOD today because my CORRECTED marriage certificate is in and I can finally go change my name and officially be Mrs. Drury. 🙌🏻 #happydance
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A little backstory: last week as I was preparing to head to the social security office to change my name (yes, I know, I’ve waited 8 months to do this, but it’s me and I’m always late to everything and we figured for the next baby I should actually be a Drury on their birth certificate) I actually read through our marriage certificate for the first time. Come to find out, my birth name was MY MOM’S name 🤦🏼‍♀️ Silly us, we didn’t listen when they told us to “read over the information on the license and make sure everything is correct” because what fun is following the rules? I guess the world just needed one more Kristie and it led us all to ask funny questions like, “so does your mom have two husbands? Or does Luke have two wives? Is your mom actually married to Luke?”
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Peeved as I was at first, it was actually pretty funny because of course, this type of stuff always happens to me. But today the certificate is in! I’m actually, officially Morgan Kloth at both my birth and on the day of my wedding and now I can officially become Morgan Drury.
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Now starts the next fun phase: heading to the DMV (where you’re practically asked to bring everything down to the U.S. Constitution), adjusting my credit + debit cards, online accounts, healthcare information, and who even knows what else because I’m sure I’ll find a number of things I wasn’t thinking about. As if the name change process isn’t stressful enough I just had to make it more difficult 🤣
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My advice to current and future brides: read the license 16 times before you sign it. Just do it. You’ll thank yourself later, trust me 😉 MOOD today because my CORRECTED marriage certificate is in and I can finally go change my name and officially be Mrs. Drury. 🙌🏻 #happydance ⠀⠀ A little backstory: last week as I was preparing to head to the social security office to change my name (yes, I know, I’ve waited 8 months to do this, but it’s me and I’m always late to everything and we figured for the next baby I should actually be a Drury on their birth certificate) I actually read through our marriage certificate for the first time. Come to find out, my birth name was MY MOM’S name 🤦🏼‍♀️ Silly us, we didn’t listen when they told us to “read over the information on the license and make sure everything is correct” because what fun is following the rules? I guess the world just needed one more Kristie and it led us all to ask funny questions like, “so does your mom have two husbands? Or does Luke have two wives? Is your mom actually married to Luke?” ⠀⠀ Peeved as I was at first, it was actually pretty funny because of course, this type of stuff always happens to me. But today the certificate is in! I’m actually, officially Morgan Kloth at both my birth and on the day of my wedding and now I can officially become Morgan Drury. ⠀⠀ Now starts the next fun phase: heading to the DMV (where you’re practically asked to bring everything down to the U.S. Constitution), adjusting my credit + debit cards, online accounts, healthcare information, and who even knows what else because I’m sure I’ll find a number of things I wasn’t thinking about. As if the name change process isn’t stressful enough I just had to make it more difficult 🤣 ⠀⠀ My advice to current and future brides: read the license 16 times before you sign it. Just do it. You’ll thank yourself later, trust me 😉
  • MOOD today because my CORRECTED marriage certificate is in and I can finally go change my name and officially be Mrs. Drury. 🙌🏻 #happydance ⠀⠀ A little backstory: last week as I was preparing to head to the social security office to change my name (yes, I know, I’ve waited 8 months to do this, but it’s me and I’m always late to everything and we figured for the next baby I should actually be a Drury on their birth certificate) I actually read through our marriage certificate for the first time. Come to find out, my birth name was MY MOM’S name 🤦🏼‍♀️ Silly us, we didn’t listen when they told us to “read over the information on the license and make sure everything is correct” because what fun is following the rules? I guess the world just needed one more Kristie and it led us all to ask funny questions like, “so does your mom have two husbands? Or does Luke have two wives? Is your mom actually married to Luke?” ⠀⠀ Peeved as I was at first, it was actually pretty funny because of course, this type of stuff always happens to me. But today the certificate is in! I’m actually, officially Morgan Kloth at both my birth and on the day of my wedding and now I can officially become Morgan Drury. ⠀⠀ Now starts the next fun phase: heading to the DMV (where you’re practically asked to bring everything down to the U.S. Constitution), adjusting my credit + debit cards, online accounts, healthcare information, and who even knows what else because I’m sure I’ll find a number of things I wasn’t thinking about. As if the name change process isn’t stressful enough I just had to make it more difficult 🤣 ⠀⠀ My advice to current and future brides: read the license 16 times before you sign it. Just do it. You’ll thank yourself later, trust me 😉
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