A drawing. <br />
My son was born 3 1/2 months premature. Where most mothers were able to hold their babies. And able to get "new born hospital " pictures I was left empty handed. Until an artist, a student artists had devoted his time to drawing pictures of the premature babies of the nicu. He drew my 2 pound baby. My only photograph of his time in the hospital. <br />
You can't imagine how precious Tver drawing was to hold.
They said valuable not fictional
Yeah seriously, wtf. The people have spoken and been denied!
A pint of blood. I was donating. 3 lives saved.
One for each part of the blood donated. But so far I've done it 3 times. So 9 lives saved. I plan on donating double red cell on the 30th. Don't know how many that will save though.
You probably saved mine! Thank you!!!
A drawing of my grandma. She passed away before I was even born, so I've never met her. All of her pictures were destroyed and I've never seen real photos of her..
I know that feeling
the hand of the most beautiful woman in the world
Just the hand? Like Thing from The Adams Family.
The rest of her was attached to the hand at the time.
Only "at the time"?
That's kinda creepy, too.
It still is as far as I know, but it's not in mine anymore.
Paul, we're just having fun with you ;)
a newborn puppy - something about the perfect innocenct perfection has limitless value - the most precious being in the world.
and they taste so darn good!
My Daughter at birth
Probably my kids. Sappy, i know...
The most important thing I've ever held was a mans penis right before I put it between my lips
Where are you?
Doing more of the most important thing
...I'd say the french fries while I'm having a melt down. It's like a psychologist giving the warmth into your body. Not a great answer, but oh well.
Ahaha, I would but I have to watch my diet.
till now: my first salary cheque
My baby cousin the day he was born. My nephews and niece
My daughter seconds after she was born.
My daughters hand as i watched her sleep for the first time in her crib. It brought an overwhelming emotions picturing what our future would hold.