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AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 6 months ago
have they gone for the more emotional site this time in the new series, normally the stories don't bother me but this series so far I keep weeping.

The Llanes family on saturday night (Ukstyle) was so moving, mum looked after blind hubby, blind granny, 2 dughters who were registered blind and a deaf son. I cried from begining to end (and again on sunday when I told mum about it) Crying Crying Crying Crying

I do like it though- im addicted to it (or maybe it is Ty Love )


Kelly_CaitKelly_Cait
posted 1 decade 6 months ago
I used to love watching that, don't have sky since I moved out my parents Sad. But I did get upset about somethings in it.

angelsmomangelsmom
posted 1 decade 6 months ago
i havent seen that one i need to see it....so i can cry

i love the programme and ty and michael.

candgsmumcandgsmum
posted 1 decade 6 months ago
I watched one and refused to watch anymore because I beefed my eyes out and was a wreck after watching it LOL!

It was the one where a family took some kids in after their parents died and they had a big family themselves. They were sleeping in the garage and had 3 kids to a tiny bedroom. They didn't want to be placed into care and split up so the family took them all in to stop it from happening. I thought that was such an amazing thing to do when they were obviously overcrowded to begin with. They knocked their whole house down and built this amazing, practically a mansion!

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 6 months ago

candgsmum said:
I watched one and refused to watch anymore because I beefed my eyes out and was a wreck after watching it LOL!

It was the one where a family took some kids in after their parents died and they had a big family themselves. They were sleeping in the garage and had 3 kids to a tiny bedroom. They didn't want to be placed into care and split up so the family took them all in to stop it from happening. I thought that was such an amazing thing to do when they were obviously overcrowded to begin with. They knocked their whole house down and built this amazing, practically a mansion!


i have seen that one and I cried then as well Crying

I think it is amazing what they do (although I noticed last night other than a fireplace in the open plan living space and in the master bedroom there was no heating- or mention of it going in!!)

candgsmumcandgsmum
posted 1 decade 6 months ago
I suppose they have to have limits somewhere, although I would have thought heating was classed as quite an important thing? Shrug

Maybe it was underfloor and they just didn't bother showing it?

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