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Ten day challenge. Post 10. One picture of me.

Last day of the ten day YOU challenge that I started here.
Day 10 is 'One picture of me'.
My son clicked this pic 5 days back. It's my most recent one. It had been raining the whole afternoon, and the moment it stopped raining,We went out into the garden. He stood on the garden chair and clicked this snap.



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  1. You are a picture of liveliness Mrs. Shenoy,Wish you all success,peace and happiness in all your future endeavors.
    good luck

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  2. Adorable!! :) :*

    And HOT *whistle*
    :P

    Congratulations on one more marathon ending!

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  3. ha ha.... liked Sucheta's comment.. lukin hot n cool preeti di... ;)

    i kina did the tag, but dont ask me how :P you would either have a hearty laugh or would wanu pin me down for doing it in that style... anyway, enjoyed yours... tata!

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  5. Cheating Cheating. She posted a picture of Lostris and not of her.

    This is her true picture :)

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  6. Nice :) Like the copyright bit...on track Atul!!

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  7. Lovely pic dear, enjoyed reading the tag and loved doing it.

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  8. Lively and adorable pic:-)U always hve energy arnd u ........

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  9. hai preeti .. this is the first tym am commenting in ur blog.. i thoroughly enjoy reading esp ur recent post.. i truly admire u and really wonder how on earth could a person be so interesting with loads of stuff ..I have read ur second buk.. truly inspiring just no words. i have already said abt that in FB..U r just awesome.. keep going..:)

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  10. Blogger, author, are you going into modeling too?

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  11. good snap......
    you dont look like a mom of 2 kids!!!! looking more like a college girl!!

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  12. Dear Preeti,

    You luk lovely as always...a picture of enuthusiam and energy :))
    Finally managed to start the 10 day you challenge on my blog....
    hope u read it...
    http://theworldaccordingtorujuta.blogspot.com/2011/07/ten-day-you-challenge-post-1-10-secrets.html

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  13. I was busy past 10-15 days so couldn't get the time to check your blog.. I opened it and the first thing i saw was this pik. :P
    At first i got confused.. But then started from where I left.. :)
    And it was amazing to read it.. I too m planning to write all this and give it to my fiance.. :P

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  14. And yes.. THANK YOU.. :-*

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  15. You just look great and content with life Preeti!:)

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  16. came across ur blog early hrs, n got to reading. as is my wont, had to comment, coz it wud b impolite. luv ur blog n u look hawt in tis pic. n'way, expecting ur book anytime soon from flipkart, coincidentally, few days later .... came across this blog randomly :P journo based in goa here. do read my blog and would appreciate your feedback on one of my posts there - a work of fiction after seven long years. cheers.

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  17. oh its the collection of true-life stories that I await, will add the later on my shopping cart soon :P

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  18. Thank you all of you! :)
    Sorry am not replying individually this time :)

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  19. Have been a long time reader of yours and totally appreciate the positivity that surrounds you Preeti !! Thanks for bringing up the 10 day challenge .. I took it up too... and on the 4th day itself, i feel so happy about it :D

    Do visit my blog !
    http://nehasinha.wordpress.com

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