I've been wanting to share this poem with you for ages but I couldn't find the source. I hunted high and low to try and find the elusive e.h but had no luck and then yesterday I miraculously came across her place and now I'm so happy to share Erin's beautiful words which should be dedicated to all our daughters and so it is. Erin Hanson I salute you fine lady. ::source::
Visit the post for more.<---Plot twist: his attempts succeed, but the girl turns 35 and refuses to marry him for whatever reason (figures it out, just goes back on the promise because she doesn't love him that way/ decides she doesn't need a man to make her life worthwhile, etc)
Don't smoke. Smoked once though when i was a child. All i remember is nicking a fag and hiding in the toilet late at night. Dont blame me, there were a lot of people around me at the time who smoked so i thought i'd give it a try haha.