I knew I was forgetting to do something today— you see, I’m horrible at remembering things. I’ll get it up tomorrow morning! I was really busy today and didn’t have much free time at all. I’m sorry to keep you waiting. It’ll be up tomorrow! :)
|—||Rick Warren (via littlethingsaboutgod)|
JFK and Jackie July 1961
Without her the star of the Kennedy would have been only half as bright.
- my teacher today
November 24, 1957: John F. Kennedy on a potential political career for his children
Yes, he did. He didn’t really realize that to its full extent until after Patrick and his conception. In my opinion, he always loved her or he wouldn’t have married her. Think of all the women he dated before her, and something about Jackie made him choose her among all of them. With him being the Handsomest young Bachelor, he could’ve gotten anyone he wanted, but he chose Jackie on his own. And, my favorite saying of Jack’s is : ” there was only one woman I could’ve married and I married her. “
No need to be rude. A lot of people don’t actually realize Jackie loved Jack. You have no idea how many anon messages I get cussing me out about how Jackie and Jack were arranged and had no love whatsoever. Besides that point, yes, Jack loved Jackie as much as she did him. Go watch the footage of Jack helping Jackie from the hospital after Patrick’s birth and death, and you’ll see what I’m talking about. There’s no mistaking Jack’s gentle, protective touch over Jackie as he helped her off the steps. Or the way he tenderly leans down to help her in to the car. Or the way he looks at her with a world of pain yet worry about his wife. Or the way they hold hands as they walk to the car. It’s unmistakable love. You might want to get a box of tissues when you watch too.