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A dash of Positivity :)

From Hollies' site.

Barefoot or first thing in the morning, I feel beautiful.I didn't always feel that way, but I feel that way now. When somebody just loves you, and when you make somebody else happy, when your presence seems to make them happy, you suddenly feel like the most beautiful person in the world. -Angelina Jolie



Awwwww.... mush! :)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

witsandnuts said…
I don't like Angelina but I absolutely agree with what she said. =)
Cza said…
hi! :D me neither.. hehe! But I really liked what she said :D
HalfCrazy said…
I love Angelina Jolie and this quote. She may be a 'boyfriend/husband stealer' (LOL) but she's got a good heart for helping the needy and adopting those kids.

Oh and I always feel beautiful because of the people around me. HAHA VAIN. No, just kidding, I just feel special. LOL
ana6elle said…
Used to prefer Jen Aniston to her but now I love her more! She's beautifffffuuuullll..dyosa! - AnonyB
ana6elle said…
may approval na ngayon?! batet?
Cza said…
@HalfCrazy - naks.. good for you! :D We should always feel that way. It attracts positive energy too! :D

@anonyB - O nga e.. pro-Aniston din ako before e. Pero we can't deny na ang ganda tlaga ni Angelina. May approval para nanonotify ako. :D
gandarynako said…
awww...this is sooo sweet! kilig!
Cza said…
@gandarynako - nice noh! :D kilig nga!
kg said…
she's right! happiness can be contagious! and that will certainly make you feel good about yourself! :)

thanks for dropping by! :)
Panaderos said…
That was a very nice thought from Angelina Jolie. One does feel beautiful when one's happy and loved. Nothing in the world will ever beat the feeling of being totally accepted for what we are.

You have a great blog here. Thanks for your visit to my site. I appreciate it a lot. Take care. :)
Cza said…
@kg - yeah it is! :) thanks for dropping by too! :D

@Panaderos - Thanks for the visit too! I'm loving your blog too. :)

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