It's not the price that counts, it's the smiles that you'll see on their faces

Philippines
November 9, 2012 9:48pm CST
Specials occasions, gifts, vacation and luxurious accommodations are the most common surprises anyone would costs to make someone happy most especially on some important scenarios in life (ex. Birthday, Anniversary, etc.) These surprises are undeniably costly expensive and you really need to save more in order to give these to those people you loved and cherished the most. But the question if these things are worth the costs is no doubt debatable. But in my case, I don't mind how pricey something is for as along as i made someone most especially loved one's happy and seeing their smiles. Is worth every money i spent on something in the most important occasion in their lives.
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5 responses
@SIMPLYD (78623)
• Philippines
10 Nov 12
That's true my friend. Even if it will cost us much to give a loved one a gift, it doesn't matter. The price is incomparable to the smile and ohs that the recipient experiences once she/he opens, receive or was told of the gift. It's indeed better to give than to receive when that happens.
• Philippines
10 Nov 12
The quote, "money can't buy happiness" is undeniably true. And the happiness that you had given them makes us feel that we are appreciated by them. Thanks for your reply. :D
@jenny1015 (13390)
• Philippines
9 Dec 12
What makes a gift more special is being appreciated by the lone who received the gift. It is always a happy feeling when you know that your gift made one person really smile and be happy that he/she was remembered.
@iluvusabado (2560)
• Philippines
5 Dec 12
if something makes my loved one happy, i'd buy it no matter how expensive it is. well as long as i can afford it.
@edvc77 (2143)
• Philippines
10 Nov 12
Yes, you are right. Their presence is more important and the smiles they will give. Do not count the cost too, making people happy is really something.:-)
@celticeagle (117606)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Nov 12
For the most part I do agree with you. BUt sometimes real logic and reality has to set in a person has to buy what they can afford not what they wish they could buy. The thought is there but the $$$$ may not be.