Friday, August 13, 2010

I dare you not to ugly cry.

Okay well Sue from Navel Gazing at it's Finest posted this video below on facebook and said that it made her ugly cry.

Well with a statement like that, I had to see what it was all about.

I started bawling about a 1:40 seconds into it... the vid is like 10 minutes like.

But I stayed tough for that 1:40 seconds willing myself not to let the stupid cry stuck in my throat come up and out of me.

Have a great weekend!



SciFi Dad said...

I made it to the 3 minute mark before I embarrassed myself.

Living the Scream said...

ok so I got to 1:20 I love this video!!

Garden of Egan said...

Ya, I wasn't sure what to expect last night when I went there from your Facebook page.
Uh, I made it like 10 seconds.
While my son was in Iraq I must have cried 50 times a day.
So today I'm NOT going to watch it again. My face is still blotchy and swollen from last nights cry.

Cherie said...

I'm not gonna lie - I started tearing up at 36 seconds - that very first look on the girls face - Oh my all so touching!
I think this is what it will be like in Heaven someday!!

Homer and Queen said...

That was some serious ugly crying! I kinda needed that...Thanks for contributing to my ugliness. Some friend!

Untypically Jia said...

I'll admit, I took it in small doses. 30 seconds with like a two minute break in between. It took forever, but I was able to hold out.

Until the end and then I just blubbered all over.

Danielle said...

Ok I cried in the 1st 30 seconds and didn't stop. Geesh I am still wiping tears.

The Urban Cowboy said...

Why is everybody crying? Before you stone me, I'm just joking, sorry...

I guess that is one of the reasons why I like working with the Military, I get to see a lot of happy endings like these.

Awesome vid/reminder of the sacrifices families around the Country make every day.

Papa K said...

Gurgle gurgle sob... sniffle... snort. Geez

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

SciFi-hahahaha--you're stronger than me!

Living the Scream--It's awesome huh. I can't tell if it's the music WITH the video that make it particularly emotion pulling or what?

GOE-oh girl I forgot about your son. Of course it would be really hard for you. I get it and respect that you didn't want to watch it again. Of course, either did I... Me and crying just don't have a good relationship together. :)

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

CHerie- I know huh? The first girl when she sees her dad. Heart Wrenching. I hope that is how it is.

Queen--Oh girl I miss you. I am going to be down your way during the week of the 22nd for some bull riding so we will have to do lunch or dinner. And sometimes crying is good for the soul.

Jia-hahahahaha! I think that is how it went for me. Not as long of breaks... but the end was brutal on my face.

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

Danielle-- Seriously... I was like that also... then I cried over something else later that day... it was bad... it started an emotional train wreck!

TUC-LOL @ stoning you... we couldn't never do that to a cowboy, plus you'd just laugh at us! It is a really good reminder... one of the best put together that I've seen.

Papa K--Real men cry :)

peedee said...

12 seconds is all I made it.
And your right the little girl at the 1:40-1:50 mark with the santa's had made me snot all over.

BTW, Hola!

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

Hey Pee Dee-- guess what... I kinda know you... seen ya around the same blogs I sometimes read.

So glad you came by... I should have come by first but I have sucked it up in the commenting on blogs lately.

But I'm coming by now!

See Mom Smile said...

Okay, 1:50 secs. But the dad that still had the gun on his back kind of freaked me out.

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Jack said...

That was great, just amazing.

Amy said...

That is all so happy yet I too still cried and cried.

binks said...

Thanks Shelle! I need a good cry.
I only got to @ 18 secs before I started welling up. But I'm a sucker for that stuff.

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