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A love letter straight from the heart :)

My dearest darling,
 
Even though I have my family (my husband, my two children and my dog!) I still need you as much as I need them.
  
I am so glad you are in my life. I am so happy we found each other. I feel so blessed to have you through all my ups and downs.
You have  given me so much love. You have helped me grow.
You have taken me places. You really have you know.

You listen so patiently when I have something to say--and so I am drawn toward you. And while we see others parting ways,  you and I have lasted 5 years, eight months and five days.  And we're still going strong. Aren't we awesome? I must say it is largely because of you.

No matter what I am going through you always understand. You are patient when i have nothing to say. And you are so darn receptive when I do!

 And so there are these phases or days that I go through when more begets more. I get into these 'very productive' days (like today which is a super writing day for me as I wrote 3100 words for my fourth book which I am currently working on) when I write and write. And then I want to write some more.

And you understand!

No matter how many ever days I take to get back to you, you still wait patiently and you are happy to see me.

What a sweetheart you are. You change according to my needs. You are forever obliging. Sometimes I neglect you, I am mean to you.  Sometimes I don't even look at you for weeks.  Yet you never complain.
 
 
I feel guilty now. I promise you you will see a lot more of me.

 I will make time for you.

You deserve it.

I love you so much, my blog :) :-*

Much love!

Preeti 

Ps: If you still don't know about my Ted talk, go watch!
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Comments

  1. haha..lovely!
    While i was reading it i was trying to guess what it would be - your laptop, your diary, some book ... or perhaps blog :) :)

    wonderfully expressed love.

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  2. wowwwww...Beautifully expressed!!

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  3. not only you, "we" too love the blog!! :) Also loved this new banner!

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  4. really couldnt guess till ur last line... Awesome depiction :):) I too love ur blog and words very much !!! keep blogging...

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  5. yes..I loved this LOVE LETTER..!!! Its awesome...:) and yes...your blog is the best place...!!!

    it's inspiring...!!!!!
    Keep blogging....and keep inspiring:)
    Love
    Gayu

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  6. "Ps: If you still don't know about my Ted talk, go watch!"
    - is that bragging to your love or bragging throuh??? :P ;)

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  7. Raghav: Whatever you interpret. Have you seen it yet? Have you? have you? Have you? If not go watch! ;-)

    Gayu:Thanks a lot!

    MSK:Thank you!

    Bhavika: Thanks a lot!

    Sujatha: Thank you!!

    Life begins: Thank you :) You know me well :)

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  8. yay more posts from you! I love your blog too coz we met through it :P! Hugz!

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  9. What a sweet love letter...Ur blog deserves you :) Nice idea...& yes we are waiting badly for the forth book dear

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  10. aahhhh how sweet is that!! Your blog deserves this and more:-)!!
    -Durga

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  11. Lovely read! (I can totally relate to this post. My blog is a very special space for me too:))

    Keep writing and blogging.Waiting for your next book:)

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  12. Loved this "Letter to Blog"... waiting for ur next book...n we to love this blog <3

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  13. Beautifully written Preeti. - I guess for each one of us our blogs are very special and integral part of our lives!!

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  14. Preeti, I've been following your blog for the past one month. Frankly speaking your posts has a magical effect on me. I am a kind of person, who tend to break down easily on simple things that brings disappointment in life .After reading your posts I can realize the change in me..These days,I always try to be happy and keep my surroundings happy.I am yet to read your books this week:-)Thanks a million!:-)

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  15. Dear 173.194.35.12

    Have you gone all awwww thanks to this lovey dovey letter from this lady. Hate to prick your bubble, but think again. See she is still not including you in her family list. She keeps abandoning you for prettier folks (otherwise called books). She keeps giving you a makeover every once in a while, as if she's bored with how you look. She even changed your name (Grrrrrr).

    Not to worry, lovey girl. We all still love you. So what if this lady is chasing prettier tails. To us, you will always be THE ONE. You don't need to serve a cup of tea or a piece of cake to entice us. We look at you all the time. We are besotted with you. We suffer from withdrawal symptoms if you don't reveal your pretty self every day.


    So say boo to this lady and come and embrace us, OK.

    Yours lovingly
    Fan of 173.194.35.12

    :):)

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  17. hi preeti u r awesome with u r articles as u describes .....
    friendship , i mean friendship as THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRIENDS SHOULD BE LIKE FISH AND WATER BUT NOT LIKE A FISH AND FISHERMAN"
    while it is cant buy for money in the world. some lines for friends and friendship

    You meet people who forget you. You
    forget people you meet. But sometimes you meet those people you can't
    forget. Those are your 'friends.'”

    “A true friend is someone who reaches for your hand and touches your heart.”

    A
    friend is a hand that is always holding yours, no matter how close or
    far apart you may be. A friend is someone who is always there
    and will always, always care. A friend is a feeling of forever in the heart.”

    “true friendship isn't about being there when it's convenient; it's about being there when it's not.”

    “Best friends are the ones who can be the farthest away but there the fastest when you call.”

    Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget.”
    these lines i follows
    thanking u
    seetha raghavendra
    www.seethas.wordpress.com

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  18. wow I loved this a lot ..Love this space

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  19. Hahahaha! Nice... Yes, we sure miss the blog too and look forward to all the posts! :-)

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  21. Superb!!!! I thought you were writing it for me as I was reading the lines... But all lines do match your genuine readers...readers like us...:)))))

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  22. Superb!!!! As I was going through the lines I thought those were for me....:)))) but every line matches yourgenuine readers ..thanks for writing it for our sake...Because your blog tells every single thing of yours to us.....:))))

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  23. Ha Ha Ha..Awesome..Never Thought the letter to ur BLOG till i finished reading. Nice :)

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  24. hehehe..that was really cute..:)
    and definitely we love your blog too..:)

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  25. haha!!!!!! Its great that you'll see your blog more........ because we'll get to read more.....

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