12/29/15

Tuesday's Holiday Question: What Was Your Most Meaningful Christmas Gift- Ever?



Welcome to Tuesday's Question! Today's Question is: What Was Your Most Meaningful Christmas Gift- Ever? 


I began asking Tuesday's Questions in 2007 to get to know my readers and Vice-versa, and now, due to inconsistent posting I lost many of my old readers. :(

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Alright, now, it's time for me to answer Tuesday's Question.

The most meaningful gift I ever received for Christmas was a pair of diamond earrings from my late boyfriend, who was also one of my most memorable and meaningful gifts, besides my son-Ever-



Alright, now it's your turn...

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2 comments:

Sandee said...

You know I can't think of a Christmas gift that was meaningful. I've had lots of great gifts, but none that stick out. Even the new wheels we got this year is just a means of transportation.

The most meaningful thing I can think of is the gift of life. I treasure that every single minute of every single day.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

"Annie" said...



Well, there you have it. The gift of life is the most meaningful gift we will ever receive, and the best part is that it keeps on giving.

Thank you for commenting by dear, friend. I'm sorry for the belated reply to such a marvelous comment.

"Huge hugs" and I hope you had a fabulous day.

xoxoxo

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