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You and I (no.2)






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  1. wowwwwww super :)

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  2. How cute......very sweet......
    How do u manage to come up with such cute things?
    Were u ghost writing for Archies cards :)

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  3. :P

    So friggin' cute!!

    Preeti, you're so talented!! :D
    Do something about it ..I mean ..You can even use these talents to create a fortune for yourself!! :P

    Way to go preeti! ..absolutely loved it!! ;) :-)

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  4. Aww suits my current mood.....missing someone dearly!

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  5. heheh so cute! I'm so awed by your talent!

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  6. super cute preeeti ji...:)

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  7. sweet sweet sugary sweet...:) loved it...

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  8. lovely! uve inspired me to try that and put it around my room! :)

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  9. I love the second one!

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  10. They're so wonderful! They'l look so good around the room, on the fridge, on a mug...:D

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  11. hmmm... good feeling.
    the second and third ones are so positive . the first one is totally drenched in love.

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  12. Simple, but thought provoking, definitely. Sometimes, tempting for an introspection !!

    Best Regards,
    Renjith P Sarada

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  13. Awwww...they are ALL so sweet!!!!

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  14. cho chweet!!! :)

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  15. Cute. especially the last one. Remember a song in the movie""Ninathaley inikkum by Balachander"........What a waiting what a waiting....Love is but a game of waiting""

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  16. Painfully sweet....:)

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  17. Anonymous7:22 PM

    Simply Adorable!

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  18. Love the 3rd card :) esp the sketching...

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  19. sooo chweeeet ..
    simply cute :)

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  20. Anonymous10:52 PM

    umm what I liked best about your toons is the simplicity and innocence... I bet my husband can relate them to me :)

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  21. Very cute.. and so very 'straight from the heart' stuff!
    :)

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  22. These are super adorable Preeti!!! xoxo

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  23. So sweet :) Missing Satish Sir? :)

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  24. Thank you, each and every one of you who left a comment here appreciating these! had begun replying individually but then realised they would all be the same replies!

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  25. Hi PS,

    This is very nice and touching!


    -em-

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  26. so cute n sweeeeeeeet i too feel same thing simple way of expressin love:-)

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