Simply celebrating life
I will write about this some time during the week!
This is a great question David. I am still mortified about a particular VERY sentimental item which I lost and I will write about it in the next few days.Many thanks, Crystal xx
David = my answer to your question is now posted on my blog.Have a great Sunday(if you want to travel back in time haha)
the love of my life my hisband December 2002
I am not sure when or if I will be able to post this. It is not something I like to talk about a while lot. But the most important thing I ever lost was custody of my oldest son.
When I saw this one I thought "Phew!" That's a bit lighter. Unless I count my pride but that can be funny too.Then I read Magdalene's, then i beati, then nicole's....Puts possessions in perspective doesn't it?And Shrinky got there before me with "pride" (but I don't know if it is the MOST IMPORTANT thing I have ever lost!)
I'm thinking about it, narrowing it down, and will write about it shortly.
I was going to post something about that anyways tomorrow. Spooky David.
This is a good one, for all the ways one could answer it.
I've had a number of family losses that have made me realize the losses of material goods are fairly trivial. I hope that makes sense!
My mind! no well, really, I will think about this and perhaps post sometime this week.In the meantime, I have chosen you for a much deserved award, which you will find the details of at Katney's Kaboodle.
Is this a trick question? ;-)Hmm, will have to ponder this one very carefully!
ah..my trust in humanity..sigh...great post and hey howdy! :)
My maiden name....I like being Mrs nesbitt cos I love my husband. My maiden name was the name of the "male parent" who slapped mum and I, went bankrupt, as a result of which the bayliffs came and stripped the house, taking my new doll's pushchair ( I was 3 at the time) many years later he visited mum & I, he couldn't remember my name, he called me Diane.
Well i saw this on Imac's post and sort of wondered what it was about, so when you commented on my blog i thought i would jump over and check yours out since i havn't been here for awhile. What a wonderful question you pose there. With many different answers so far. Mine would be the daughter i had for a short time and never would get to know, the grandchildren i would never get to know. The not knowing what it would be to have a daughter.
Ooh, I want in. I'm posting the first thought that came to my mind-- but it will have to wait until tomorrow. You know, just the comments you've already received on this one would make a bitter-sweet post.
oh my....this is a question pregnant with so many very deep possibilities. it could be interpreted very philosophically or very materially.
Here's the answer to mine :)Weekend WanderingJenera
Hi David - I've posted on this one. It's called Losing Me
Hello, I have completed the Weekend Wandering Post but unfortunately the links are not working properly & it will be some time till I can get some help!The post is The Precious Things. Sorry about the links!
Ignore my last comment, Sam fixed the links!
Mine's up today David. :)
David, my response to this question is now up. I've provided the necessary link so it should show up shortly in your backlinks list. :) It was a good question!Joy!
Hi David,I find you through Akelamalu!I am going to write about the loss too :)♥bindi
Oh I knew this straight away. I will write. :D
it's the end of the week, but I've finally posted mine. :)
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