memorable deed in 2012

@nicanorr (1789)
Philippines
January 13, 2013 3:03pm CST
Now it's 2013. We've done so many good things last year some memorable some less. For me the most memorable deed I've done was my attendance in our clan reunion and Christmas party last Dec. 25. What's yours? Just recall one.
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@Raine38 (9117)
• United States
13 Jan 13
For me, I think it's when me and my husband finally surpassed the grueling process of getting my petition approved and done with no professional help from a lawyer. It was really tedious, lots of paperwork to do and expensive. Because cheapskate me (lol!) wouldn't want to spend more on a lawyer's fee decided that we will and can do this by ourselves. And thank God we did make it.
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@nicanorr (1789)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
Congratulations to you and your better-half for going through with the petition process. Bring with you my blessings where ever you may go.
@MaylaJay (350)
13 Jan 13
The thing I'll remember most is when my brother got out of prison and saw my daughter for the first time. It was wonderful. Just the look on his face and the quiet way she stared up at him. It was really touching.
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@nicanorr (1789)
• Philippines
13 Jan 13
I pray and hope he'll mend his ways.
• United Arab Emirates
14 Jan 13
The Most Memorable day of 2012 of my life was when we friends went to the gamin zone club and played many games multi player with each other and i was on top of the list in NFS MW and PES 2012
@nicanorr (1789)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
Congratulations for the win. I don't know the game and if it involves lots of money as bet, I advise you to forget the vice.
@rosekiss (30277)
• Eugene, Oregon
13 Jan 13
My memorable deed was to crochet baby layettes for tow families in the church. They both had baby girls, and i liked doing that, so i went and did it, and they were so appreciative of it too. I didn't do it to get gratification, but because i like doing things for others. Take care, and have a great day.
@nicanorr (1789)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
I praise you for donating your handiwork of baby layettes to the kids. May kind soul like you increase!
@Raine38 (9117)
• United States
13 Jan 13
For me, I think it's when me and my husband finally surpassed the grueling process of getting my petition approved and done with no professional help from a lawyer. It was really tedious, lots of paperwork to do and expensive. Because cheapskate me (lol!) wouldn't want to spend more on a lawyer's fee decided that we will and can do this by ourselves. And thank God we did make it.