Saturday, July 03, 2010

Thank you
First of all I would like to thank Joanie for her lovely kind words. We got rather emotional reading them and it was lovely of her to take the time to write such a gorgeous letter. Secondly I would like to introduce her to my parents, as sadly I'm sure they would have a lot in common. They obviously have it the complete other way round but it's just the same really.
I really hope her daughter moves back to New Zealand as it really is the most beautiful country with so many opportunities. Oh and I wish my mum and dad would move here!



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8 comments:

  1. Laura you do a wonderful sales job and should be commissioned by the NZ Tourist Board!

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  2. I agree- and I think it must have been so lovely for you to have read this in print. Hope the letter does the trick too.

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  3. Aww that's lovely! Sniff sniff!

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  4. OMG that is the nicest thing ever! :) I do hope the ladies daughter moves home soon :)

    Georgina x

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  5. I was just so amazed that someone took the time to write that lovely letter - wouldn't it be great if her family did move back.

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  6. don’t know which would be worse – thinking that the move was temporary and it becoming permanent or trying to come to terms with a permanent move from the offset. I just hope that lady’s daughter and her family are as happy while they are here as you are over there. The problem with that would be that they might then stay in the UK.

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  7. What an endorsement for you! I can't imagine being separated by so many miles from my family, annoying though they can sometimes be. My parents live 2 doors away and my auntie lives next door.
    Teresa x

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Laura x