Just close your eyes, come on, you can do it. See him?
Never had one,but wished I did today hehe.
My son had Jimmy, his imaginary friend. Mine are still here... I have a hunch yours are right there, too, or you'd never wish for them... I hope, anyway... Hugs and more hugs...
My granddaughter Sydney had one and his name was Bill Supper and he was a man, it used to give me the creeps when she would say he was "here"LOLRondell
Ashley had one, too. What's up that you are needing an imaginary friend? Need help cleaning the house? :-)
OK, I'm on vacation this week so I have time to do whatever. I noticed on your list that you mentioned "Cancer". So, I've taken the time to browse through your Blog in hopes of finding info about said cancer.Didn't find anything specific. What I did find was many nice pictures. You lost your dog, a Boxer, my favorite. Your stepdaughter is cute. Your husband wanted you to "come over and watch him throw darts". Your mom is a Hottie. Your Dad was about 58y/o when he passed, RIP. Hubby uses a non-engine mower.So, am I out-of-the-loop about this "cancer" on your Beach List? Am I asking too much?
I missed out on something big...no imaginary friend here.Hope yours shows up for you.Becky K.
I didn't have one, but our daughter did. Mickey Mouse! That was a fun time in our lives.Hugs!Kat
I never had an imaginary friend.. It would of been nice to of had one as a kid though..
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