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Thank You

A wanted to give a little Thank You to my friend and fellow blogger Lee for this gem of an award:

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I had no idea this post would touch so many people the way it did. His reasons for giving me this award can be found HERE. I truly appreciate and cherish this one.

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  • well deserved young lady that post was one of the best I ever read…:)

  • Meleah

    Robert:
    Aww… Thank you!! PS… so glad you’re back xxoo 🙂

  • I agree with Robert. It brought back some wonderful memories of my own. Congrats!

  • Meleah

    Momo:

    And now I am blushing.

  • cmk

    I forgot to comment on the post when it was fresh–sorry. My thoughts were this: you are so very lucky to have had grandparents to know. I only knew one of my grandparents (grandmother) and was never close to her. I always envied anyone who had a close relationship with a grandparent. My lack of this experience has been one of the biggest disappointments in my life.

    Congrats on the award. You are the best!

  • Meleah

    CMK:
    Oh! That makes me very sad to hear. You can borrow my family if you need it? xxoo

  • you know your cute when you blush….:)))))

  • It was just about your best post ever. If I was able to design an award just from me to you I would – however, I am technologically hopeless. So I’ll just say – the love and warmth and longing in that post will stay with me for a long time. Good on you Lee for recognising how special it was.

  • Meleah

    Robert:
    🙂

    Selma:
    It was also probably one of the longest ever! And thank you. Coming from such a talented writer that really means alot. and, yes, this was so very cool of Lee to do! xxoo

  • cmk

    Aren’t you sweet! I did, for a short while, have my hubby’s grandmothers as my own–not long enough, by any means. And I did look on my great-aunts as surrogate grandmothers, so I wasn’t COMPLETELY deprived. 🙂

  • This is why blogging is awesome. But your post made me think of my mom and her life and our relationship. She was the first person I ever lost and the person I was closest to. It’s good to remember the good times and why you loved them! So thanks again.

  • Meleah

    CMK:
    Okay, well as long as you weren’t completely deprived. That makes me feel better! 😉

    Jillian:
    Oh. I had NO IDEA about your Mom. Im so sorry to hear that. I think I would be lost without my mother. It is very good and super important to remember why you loved someone so much. Your welcome! xxoo

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