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Cherished wishes are always fulfilled ;
Only their customisation is a surprise.


☆ Rià ღ said…
lol!! interesting thought.
Cяystal said…
Ah how I love Anweism !
and yes, ditto the thought completely.. :D
Prateek Sur said…
Nice thought..ur name is one of the few names that can be written in so many different ways..nd u very well know how to....
suruchi said…
so that brings in dollops of hope and a keen eye to take the surprise with a pinch of salt:-)
Hehe.. customization? well, true.. :)
joie de vivre said…
what have you done to your blog..itne Phool...

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