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08-11-2014 20:35 #21
08-11-2014 20:38 #22
Sian'smum's loss, and the mother who lost her little boy after he strayed on to a train track. Oh gosh, I'm teary again just typing that out. Those two stories have stayed with me and will forever. But not just the tragedy - the strength and love those mothers showed.
08-11-2014 20:42 #23
Mines not a serious one but I remember a post from a long while back about the most embarrassing or grossest things you've ever done I won't repeat the post but it had something to do with toes and 'pink play dough' I've even tried to refind this thread but no success.
08-11-2014 20:50 #24
I think about each and every one of these threads. Lots of tears shed over losses and terrible circumstances
I also think about one member who was pregnant with twins who lost her Dh during the pregnancy. I always wonder how she is going and her story always makes me tear up. I couldn't even imagine what she has been through.
I also often think of the member who didn't have custody of her three children who love with their aunt. I always wonder if her circumstances have changed and if she has them back.
08-11-2014 20:51 #25
Subbing. So many amazing hubbers.
08-11-2014 20:56 #26Senior Member
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This is not a teary one, well there were tears but they were from my uncontrollable giggles. The thread about the hubber who's husband pee'd in her drawer. Sooooooooo very wrong on sooooooo many levels but the way the thread unfolded, gah it still makes me laugh at the thought of it!
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