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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Wordful Wednesday

Happy Wordful Wednesday! 
My eldest daughter came home FLYING! She was in such a rare good mood that I had to laugh at her. (It's gone now, but, whatever, right??) She was talking and laughing about what an AWESOME day it was! Then when we got home, I asked her if it was really a good day, or perhaps I should wait.

Her reaction of course, was "what are you going to do to wreck it?"

I turned and handed her a package that had come for her in the mail. It was from a male friend that moved away to England in 2007 (

My delightful girl screamed her fool head off.

And then she started to cry.

And this is what was in it.... Just in time for Valentine's Day.

She also got a beautiful card and he wrote just the sweetest thing inside. And he sent her some pictures. In one he has no shirt on. She's over the moon, naturally. I mean, really, WHAT is sexier than a 14 year old practically pre-pubescent boy with no shirt on?


He is actually a very sweet boy who obviously adores my daughter. 
And, really, besides loads of money, what else could a mama want for her girl?


angie said...

Is this an early Valentine's day gift from Leon?

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

WOW - that is quite a gift!

Michelle said...

LOL! The image of the shirtless 14 year old has me cracking up.

Nice gift though. :)

Anonymous said...

awwww...young sweet!

Hootin' Anni said...

Just plain awesome. I'd be screaming with delight too.

My W W is about a family movie I just watched again, and found something in it that I'd never seen before...can you see what I saw? Come on over for a visit...happy Wednesday wishes to you.

Ronda's Rants said...

That is so sweet!
I am all in tears right now...I am just a mess!
Young love is so sweet...
if you would like an elderly woman to take her to England...sign me up!

Brenda said...

Ahhh, how special for your daughter!

Amy said...

That is so great for her :)

MilesPerHour said...

Yes, what more could you want? The kid lives in England so it's one less thing to worry about during your daughter's teen years. Enjoy it until the next teenage boy comes knocking. YIKES!

Susie said...

Wow! Great gift for Valentine's Day! I am glad that it made her day:-)

Betty said...

Don´t you just love the rush it gives you to see your daughter so happy and in love? I love it!

BoufMom9 said...

Oh my! What an awesome gift! I know my teenage daughters would've flipped :)

Happy WW!

wy-not said...

Asia, sweetheart, what a beautiful gift from someone who cares a lot for you. This is so nice. You sure have a good friend here. And why am I addressing this to you, when it's your mother's blog and you might never see it. Getting old, I guess, losing brain cells...

cat said...

Oh mommy, that is beyond sweet. Found you at Carries - and will pop in again.