March 30, 2005

To my friends

This is just a short note to my close friends and family, who for reasons totally beyond my understanding continue to put up with me and my inane dumb ramblings. I just want to say a big thank you to you guys, because without you I'd be lost. You help me see the good in things, you give me hope and support, and you're always there to help me smile when I (all too frequently) get frustrated and despairing. I don't know why you do it, but nonetheless you do and it means so much to me that I know you won't stop. You rock people, don't ever let anybody tell you any different. That is all.

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  1. Lindsey

    Well Mr Siggy, it's cause we know you rock (the cashbah!) too! Besides, I don't want my favourite Brit to crack under the pressure THREE SLEEPS before coming to visit me!

    hahahahaha. Who'd have thought I'd have came up with an incredibly selfish reason for it so early in the morning! But I did it! WOOT!

    30 Mar 2005, 15:07

  2. I'm not entirely sure if I was included in that, as I haven't really seen you recently in order to be of any major support, but I'd like to agree with Lindsey, and say that it's because you are truly lovely, and like most men, just need a slap every now and again, which I am more than happy to hand out (metaphorical slaps, of course :P)


    31 Mar 2005, 10:54

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