Lucy was a 21-year-old blond-haired, blue-eyed girl who had been engaged to be married for six months. She met Tom through another friend, and they started dating each other regularly. Finally one day he asked her marry to him and she said yes. Months of planning took place but Lucy never planned on what would happen on her big day.
The search for one's true mate, loved one, that other piece of their soul that makes them feel complete, can be frustrating, annoying, even maddening. But if one takes the time to work on themselves, love themselves and open their hearts to whatever the universe has in store to grant them, the results can be quite fulfilling. The person that one thinks is their soulmate could very well indeed be a soulmate, but soulmates are only temporary, here to teach us lessons, they are not necessarily our twin flames or a life partner. Twin flames/life partners are souls that are cut from the same universal energy as you. For instance, they can be in the Creative Arts just as you are, or in whatever field your passion is.
I tried to stifle my screams of pain, the contractions were almost too much to take. After ten hours of contractions and biting on things to keep the screams from being heard past the walls of my cabin, I delivered her just after twelve noon, full head of jet black hair, ice blue eyes, distinct features; I could see all my loved ones in her new face. Her blood on my hands was the least of my problems, having just given birth to the next generation in a long line of witches. I could hear the wind howling outside. Off in the distance, I heard the dogs baying at a scent trail as I cradled my newborn daughter. I took the athame and cut the cord, laying her on the furs next to me. I got up to a squatting position as the next contraction expelled the afterbirth, which I disposed of in the fire.
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