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Honey, you are the breeze
Blowing through my hair, on a summer day.
You are the waves
That trickle through my toes, on a sandy beach,
Or that tiny glimmer of sunlight
Peeking through the trees, in the forest.
Your beautiful and sincere smile
Is like the early morning sunrise,
Over the blue calm ocean.
And, when you say “I love you”,
My day is complete, until I see you again.
God made the breeze, the waves, and the sunlight.
He made the trees and He created the ocean.
He made so many wonderful things for us to enjoy,
Just like He led us to enjoy those things together.
I have one purpose in life -- to make you happy.
To love and cherish you and take care of you always.
I promise, with all my heart, with all my being,
That I will love you always and I will.

(WRITTEN & DEDICATED TO: My husband,
ROBERT “BOB” LESLIE, HOPEWELL, VA)


------
Paula Leslie (PAL)
"Give a little of yourself each day to someone in need and you will be rich in your heart."


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The following comments are for "MY PURPOSE IN LIFE IS YOU"
by PaulaAnne

Very sweet, PaulaAnn
PaulaAnn, your husband must have been thrilled to read this little 'love note'.

It was sweet and charming.

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: December 5, 2006 )





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