I got this idea from Gamer Girl. Thanks.
There are lot of things which we miss in our life. At time that may be a loved one, then may be a thing from our childhood or even something we would like to have in our future.
One can miss anything.
I miss my childhood days which i used to spend with my parents. They were joyful days with lots of warmth.
i miss my childhood - no cares, no worries, only days under the sun or in the rain (sigh)
by Marcy Goodfleisch3 years ago
Just wanted to start our own Thank You & We Will Miss You thread for Simone's last week. Add a comment, and let's keep it going! I'll start:#1 - We will miss your dedication to the writers. It's...
by Will Benson7 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
Well I'm just in a doozy. I dislocated my shoulder last weekend, had to go to ER, x-rays and then they reset the shoulder. Now I'm in a sling but I still can't raise my arm more than a few inches.So I come to my fellow...
by pipmistress4 years ago
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by Evylyn Rose4 years ago
When the March Q&A Contest was announced and there was mention of daily drawings for hubs, I had the idea that it was the perfect time to try out the HubChallenge with the added bonus of using Questions to inspire...
by bangla-news5 years ago
Hi,I am new at HubPages.I have a question to the prominent hubbers.Actually how many words of article should I write to be a good hubber?Please help me by giving your suggestions.Thanks!
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