Family isn t always about blood

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Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon: “Family isnt about the blood you share. Its ab...”

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Family Isn't Always Blood

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Family isn't always blood

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Family n : any group of persons closely related by blood as parents, children, uncles, aunts, or cousins. Family is someone who is in your life and cares about your well being and happiness more than anything. It is someone who supports you in everything you do. A person who cares about you and only wants the best for you. Family is someone who is there for your greatest accomplishments and unfortunate failures. Family is someone who takes the time out of their day to make you a part of theirs. They are people that teach you what family really is all about.

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5 thoughts on “Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon: “Family isnt about the blood you share. Its ab...”

  1. It's the people in your life that want you in theirs; the ones who accept you for who you are.

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