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                                                                                                   Best Full

 

My daughter of five years kissed looked at me admiringly and asked “Papa, Mummy is your better-half, and then what am I to you?

“My darling, you are our best full and asked her whether better or best is the highest and again between half and full. She was convinced that she is the best and full in the world around which we revolved.

My wife, who was hearing all these came, kissed me. This I had a wonderful dose of loving kisses from the two most beautiful females in my life making my day. Life is Beautiful.

 

********************Rcay*********************

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Charumati Ramdas
Charumati Ramdas
1 year ago

Lovely!

Ushasurya
Ushasurya
1 year ago

Sort & very sweet!!!

Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
1 year ago

Lucky you are with your life better than best and not only full of love but one and half full 🙂

Jeekay
Jeekay
1 year ago
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Rcay,

A very sweet story!

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