5 Ways You Can Win My Heart

The main components to win my heart are love, honesty, and happiness. I love my friends and family. We share each other’s happiness and we know that being open to each other is important.

We bounce of each other’s proud and joyful moments, and support each other at our weakest. Keep those people in your life that you can always count on close in your heart. Below are five ways you can win my heart.


Of course food is first on the list! I really do love my food. Chicken nuggets and chicken in general. Bacon, roast dinners, shepherd’s pie, Bolognese (especially with meatballs), and tagliatelle pasta are just a few of my favourites.

I could go on and on with to be honest. I am definitely one of those people who needs to eat. Otherwise I’ll feel light-headed if I skip a meal. So all the better for me really. Also, I enjoy a good Happy Meal or McChicken Sandwich meal.


I’ve made friends with many people – including primary school friends, high school friends, college friends, university friends, work friends, friends of friends etc.

The friendships that have latest have been due to making time on both sides. Being there for each other at the most difficult times, having a laugh, cheering each other on, and motivating each other is important. Faye and Daniel have seen me at my absolute worst and are still here for me.

Having a sense of humour

Anyone that knows me well, knows that I laugh at the most random things. I like to enjoy life and for me. Laughing is part of it. I love hearing funny stories, watching comedic things, and having a laugh. It’s good when you’ve had one of those down days and you come home to someone who can make you laugh. I think we should all laugh at least once a day.

Enjoying music

As I’m writing this post I am listening to music through my earphones. Music motivates me in several different ways. It can relax me, it can be thought-provoking, and put me in an uplifting mood when you want to sing and dance around the house.

When I was younger I always listened to the TOP 40 UK Chart every Sunday from 4:00pm. And now I love to keep up with the latest music and still listen to the oldies. My favourite playlists include such a variety of music, that I think some people would be surprised. I like it when a song reminds you of someone/something, and a person can always relate a certain song to you.

Being family orientated

When some people refer to family, they have different perspectives. I including my best friend and boyfriend of course, they have been in my life long enough and made such a huge impact in my life. I love the type of people who really respect their family and love them with every inch of their body.

The only other thing I see come close to importance is your heath, but then, if something ever happens, you know you’ve got your family. Whoever you class as your family is your choice and you can make your own family if you want to.

I’m blessed to have my family. I think it’s important to return the love you receive from your family – from upbringing, to watching us grow, to being there in the most challenging situations. I never forget who my family are. Therefore, I never like to treat any family members like anything other than the important people that they are in my life.

What are the 5 ways to win your heart?

Life, Love, and Memories with Our Loved Ones

On 21 May 2016, it was nine years since my loving grandad passed away. Therefore, I seemed it would be appropriate for me to write a post on the theme of losing someone. Our loved ones are very precious to us.

Though someone we love may have passed away, they are still alive in our hearts. It never gets easier but some people are able to feel a sense of acceptance. You never want to believe that someone has been taken away from us. But for as much as we love them and they love us, each know that deep down, they will both we thought of.

Our loved ones are never a thought away

Just like my granny and grandad’s grave says, ‘never a thought away, loved and missed everyday’. Always and forever.

Yesterday, my boyfriend had finished work and appeared at my house afterwards. He brought flowers – not just any kind – but blue because I always remember how my grandad used to be a Manchester City fan and then, red because he turned into a Manchester United.

Also, Daniel brought some purple flowers as that was the colour that my granny and grandad wore on their wedding day. Gestures like this make me think that Daniel was brought into my life for a reason. He reminds me so much of the generosity and love that my grandad had for everybody.

I’ll always miss them

I used to always wonder when I would get to the point where I would not cry when visiting my granny and grandad’s grave. Yesterday, I was proud to have stayed strong for about twenty minutes whilst Daniel and I shared a conversation at the cemetery. It was not until the point where Daniel looked at me and said,

You miss them don’t you?

And it got me. The tears came strolling down my face. I said to say goodbye with a smile and they know I will back to see them again soon.

Daniel lost his nana in December 2015, so for him to do something like this for me which is hard for him, really shows me how strong love can be. We tend to discuss our grandparents love stories and memories regularly. They are people who we both feel inspired by. And together, we wish to share a love as moving as theirs.

It’s okay to cry

I have learnt that it’s okay to cry. Everyone deals with things in their own way, and whether I cry or not, I still reminisce on the memories that brought so much joy into my life. We went on many adventures. What’s more is that, we shared the toughest time of our lives losing granny. I could not be more thankful for how grandad carried on for us, for his family.

The image of his love and kind-heartedness will never disappear from my mind.

We all have someone in mind when we think about that one person that would do anything for you. You do not even have to ask, they just do it from the bottom of their hearts because they know you so well.

So for the person/people who are in your hearts today, do that one thing for them and smile at the memories you shared together.

14 years ago, granny was taken away but remains in our hearts forever. She is loved and missed every day and I thought today is as good as any day to tell you why her and my grandad are my brightest shining stars at night.

When I was younger and in primary school, there was no stress.

There were tears – however, that was only on occasions such as, when I had fallen in the playground. The cuts and bruises were only something small.

My mum would give me some Germolene cream for my grazed knee and of course, we all used to be given a wet paper towel for those injuries in school.