This morning I watched the most moving film, which has prompted me to actually post it here, a first for Deafinitely Girly. I never normally post films as they are never normally subtitled, but this one is – beautifully so.
It was a heartfelt birthday message from an Australian guy to his wife on her birthday, done in the Love Actually style where Andrew Lincoln tells Kiera Knightly he loves her.
The heartbreaking thing is that Kristian is fighting liver cancer and has two little boys, who also feature in the film.
Watching it, made me resolve to be thankful for every day I have and live my life to the full, whatever is thrown at me.
And now, I'm keeping everything crossed that Kristian gets to do that for a long time to come, too.
See the full film on Kristian's blog HERE
Thursday, 9 September 2010
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