No offense, but I am so glad you’re over!
That is all!
When you’re sitting at a red light, do you forget that your car has windows? Yes, you may feel like you’re in your own little world, but I can see you digging in your nose. It’s gross.
Dear Toomer’s Oaks,
I’ve loved seeing the new leaves bloom this spring. I drove by as they were pruning you this week. I sat at a long red light and watched them trim away dead branches. I pray that will help you to continue to be strong and fight. You have been the observer and participant in so many Auburn celebrations and we’d like you continue to be the center of attention after Auburn’s future wins. We believe in you!
Love you more than you know,
Dear John Green,
The Fault in our Stars was one of my week’s obsessions. What started out as full box of tissues is now nearly half empty as I finished the last one-forth of this book, while balling my head off. After reading the last words of the book and putting the book down, I noticed the sea of crumpled tissues all around my chair. That made me laugh. The characters in this book were people I still find myself thinking about. You made them so real and I just felt so much of the emotion in this book. I loved it! Can’t wait to read another one of your books very soon!
Thanks for great work,
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Ha! Totally agree with #1 and #2!!! Here from the Blogger Comment Club. I love the format of this post!