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Growing up with seven brothers and sisters, Jamie had always known that he wanted to one day have a family of his own.
He is still as handsome as the day we met.
Tall build. Brown hair. Sharp jawline. Long nose. Pink lips.
Whenever we were together, I couldn’t focus on anything else. And when we were apart, I would think of him with overwhelming fondness.
Then something changed.
Happy Sunday lovelies!
It is the UK’s sixth week in lockdown and as we wait for the next briefing, I wanted to share six things that have kept me going through lockdown.
Pink dress. Brown hair. Twinkling green eyes. Big smile. Missing front teeth. Plaster on her elbow.
That’s how they remember her. She stays frozen in their minds. Never growing up. Forever trapped as a five year old.
He could no longer feel the wintry wind blowing against his pale, bare skin.
*** WARNING: SENSITIVE CONTENT ***
*Mention of suggested suicide
It is currently Mother’s Day in the UK, so before it strikes midnight, I would like to wish the mummies in the country (including mine!) a happy mothers day and hope that all sons and daughters have gotten in contact during this uncertain and difficult time.
I would also like to wish that you are all well and staying safe during the pandemic. And a huge “thank you” to all the doctors and nurses and key workers for your service.
It’s been months since I’ve last seen her eyes sparkle. But that stopped today. Her blue eyes shines brightly as we share another laugh together.
Hello all! This fun tag was created by emmmabooks, please go check out her video on YouTube! And I also read this tag on DreamlandBookBlog, which you can read here. What made me want to give this a try was the hilarious contrast of pairings that emerged from the tag.
But first of all, the rules: