noun, verb, loved, lov·ing. –noun 1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. 2. a feeling of warm personal attachment oder deep affection, as for a parent, child, oder friend. 3. sexual passion oder desire. 4. a person toward whom Liebe is felt; beloved person; sweetheart. 5. (used in direct address as a term of endearment, affection, oder the like): Would Du like to see a movie, love? 6. a Liebe affair; an intensely amorous incident; amour.
I realized a few days Vor that I just sorta left without telling anyone I was doing so. I'm sorry for that.
Well heres the first thing. My brother went off to college taking my laptop because his had broken. So now I'm using my wii for internet. I'm hoping that Von January (Second semester of school) he will have a new one and I can get mine back.
Sekunde I'm going to New York to visit Friends for the rest of the week. Then sunday I'm going to the strand for whole week.
S:So Du know how to hack an account but Du don't know how to turn off the caps. But seriously out of curiosity, what point is their to hacking some Taylor-obsessed teen's account on a website that nobody cares about. Shouldn't Du go work on hacking Facebook oder something? You...
I am home, and so glad to be home. With electricity and hot showers. WONDERFUL!!!
Anywho I had a great time camping. We wemt tp a lake and got canoes. Though Jason and my brother Cody tipped mine, Erica's and Melissa's over. It was so hard flippong it right side up, and we thought it was going to sink but it didnt. Then we got back to the camp site after dark, and it was like creepy. Jason had to turn the head lights to his car on so we could see where everything was, and then it took like twenty Minuten to get a feuer going, because it would...
As Du all may know July 4th is tomorrow the Tag we as Americans got our independence, the Tag we become free from England's rule over us.
July 4, 1776 - After various changes to Jefferson's original draft, a vote was taken late in the afternoon of July 4th. Of the thirteen colonies, nine voted in favor of the Declaration; Two, Pennsylvania and South Carolina voted No; Delaware was undecided and New York abstained. John Hancock, President of the Continental Congress, was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Wow this Wand really comes in handy when I don't have enough to make an article......... Anyway.......... Just wanted to say that I won't be on for a few days. Going to spend time with my cousins. :) And sleeping over their house for a night oder two. Love, Whinny.
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