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What do you love about them...?

EDIT: this give-away has been extended till the 16th march, as i have been informed this post has not shown up as updated. thank you steph!
OK so I've been like the worst blogger in the world but i promise I'm going to make it up to you
all. I wanna know why you love a certain person in your life, it can be anyone, mother, daughter, son, Nana, husband, partner, girlfriend, boyfriend, dad, sister, brother or friend. (get it) any reason in the world. I'm gonna give you three weeks to enter meaning this ends on 10th of march. when i get back from my trip to London i will pick my favourite and that person will receive a gift bought from the arts and crafts show that i just happen to have tickets to lol (cant wait!!)picture taken by curlgirl1 on flicker




I'll start by telling you why i love....well....my hole family, its mostly because their dysfunctional, crazy and all we do day in day out is wind each other up. its are way of showing just how much we love each other. Secondly i love my Darling BF because he get this and fits in so well with are existence there is not one thing a would change about both my family and my boyfriend, not one! although if i could get them to surprise me with chocolate more often that would be a nice change :D hehe

Comments

Linda said…
One of the many reasons I love my children(even though they are going through the teen years! LOL) is because of what they have taught me! They have taught me unconditional love! They have taught me the power of words! They have taught me the power of actions! They have taught me it is okay to be ME! They have taught me how far my patience can go! They have taught me to laugh till I cried or wet my pants! They have taught me to K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid!). They have taught me too see the world through their eyes! THey have taught me what it really means to be happy! They have taught me that it's okay I am crazy! They have taught me to live! They have taught me... More than I could ever thank them for!!
Thank you... I needed that reminder! :)
Linda
Stephanie said…
Because my Mom is selfless and there's no other love like hers. My Dad because he's such a free spirit and is what every man should strive to become. My sisters because they are my very Best friends. My In-laws because I could not have married into a better family. My Husband because we have nothing in common, are complete opposites, but love each other like we are the only two in the planet. As you see, I am very blessed.

BTW SJ- Bloglines didn't update this post for me, so I don't know how many people who use subscribers saw this post. May wanna check on it.
venus said…
I agree with Stephaine...very well said.....Because my Mom is selfless and there's no other love like hers. My Dad because he's such a free spirit and is what every man should strive to become.
very interesting to read ....thanks for giving this kind of blogs....,thanks for sharing with us......

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