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oromastherapy:


I need everyone’s help. Please retweet, use the hasttags #atauideng #findataui in your tweets and grams. Please upload photos of her. And call the NYPD and Trump models with any information you have. Any conversations you’ve had recently with her. ATAUI is more than my muse. She is my little sister. I love her so much. Believe me when I say I will not recover if this star is not found. My heart will fail. Please help find my Two-Way. Thank you.

oromastherapy:

I need everyone’s help. Please retweet, use the hasttags #atauideng #findataui in your tweets and grams. Please upload photos of her. And call the NYPD and Trump models with any information you have. Any conversations you’ve had recently with her. ATAUI is more than my muse. She is my little sister. I love her so much. Believe me when I say I will not recover if this star is not found. My heart will fail. Please help find my Two-Way. Thank you.

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modelsofcolor:

MISSING!! Ataui has been missing since Aug. 6 after disappearing near a Midtown nightclub, police said Monday.whose full name is Ataui Deng Hopkins, was last seen near 251 West 48th St., where nightclubs XVI Lounge and The Attic are located, at roughly 11 p.m., according to the NYPD.She was reported missing by her boyfriend, Grant Monohon, on Aug. 16, sources said. He told investigators that the last time he saw her, Aug. 6, she told him she wanted to sleep in a park, law enforcement sources said.Relatives also told detectives that Deng would occasionally take off for a few days, sources said.A man who said he was the owner of The Attic said police had been by but, “we don’t know nothing. She was never here.”A manager there said Grant Monohon (Ataui’s bf) never worked there. Monohon’s Instagram feed is covered with photos of him, Deng and other people partying at The Attic and other nightclubs.Information report by http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140818/midtown/model-ataui-deng-has-been-missing-for-2-weeks-police-say
Anyone with any information about Deng’s disappearance is asked to called Crime Stoppers at , or NYPDCrimeStoppers.com or text TIP577 to the number 274637. Or Email FindAtaui@gmail.com

modelsofcolor:

MISSING!! Ataui has been missing since Aug. 6 after disappearing near a Midtown nightclub, police said Monday.
whose full name is Ataui Deng Hopkins, was last seen near 251 West 48th St., where nightclubs XVI Lounge and The Attic are located, at roughly 11 p.m., according to the NYPD.
She was reported missing by her boyfriend, Grant Monohon, on Aug. 16, sources said. He told investigators that the last time he saw her, Aug. 6, she told him she wanted to sleep in a park, law enforcement sources said.
Relatives also told detectives that Deng would occasionally take off for a few days, sources said.
A man who said he was the owner of The Attic said police had been by but, “we don’t know nothing. She was never here.”
A manager there said Grant Monohon (Ataui’s bf) never worked there. Monohon’s Instagram feed is covered with photos of him, Deng and other people partying at The Attic and other nightclubs.

Information report by
http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140818/midtown/model-ataui-deng-has-been-missing-for-2-weeks-police-say

Anyone with any information about Deng’s disappearance is asked to called Crime Stoppers at , or NYPDCrimeStoppers.com or text TIP577 to the number 274637. Or Email FindAtaui@gmail.com

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He wanted to build Her a cabin, one that they could grow old in. Raise a family, have dinner conversations that would last through the night. He wanted to have a place that he could teach his son how to live and love, how to treat others and trust God; a place where he could teach his daughter to see life as something that is beautiful, where he could spin her around and create inside jokes that would last a life time with his little girl. He wanted a place that overlooked a lake so that he could spend misty mornings with his wife, holding her hand and standing still. He wanted to have a house that could hold family for the holidays, one that would be filled with laughter and the smell of coffee. He wanted to build a place that held memories of love, tears and redemption. He wanted a home and he wanted it with her.

—T.B. LaBerge // The Novel of Us

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Courage doesn’t always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the
end of the day saying,
“I will try again tomorrow.

—Mary Anne Radmacher, Live Boldly (via kvtes)

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I hope you make the best of it. And I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.

—F. Scott Fitzgerald  (via joybernhart)

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