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NOW CLOSED Who's your No. 1 person? Share your nomination with Pink Lady apples and win £100 Marks & Spencer voucher or a spa break for two

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KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 01-Nov-12 09:25:44

The folks at Pink Lady are looking for nominations from Mumsnetters for their "No.1" person. Here's what they say: "We're so proud of the great taste of Pink Lady apples, some say they're too good to share. We'd like to know who you'd give your last Pink Lady to and why they're your No.1 person."

So, do you have an adult family member or adult friend who you has done something special this year? Have they supported you through some difficult times? Maybe they've provided great advice or just been a shoulder to cry on? Perhaps they've had a tough year but you've admired how they've coped with it? Are they always being a good friend to you? Whatever the case may be Pink Lady would love to hear your nominations - you don't have to name them but just describe what they mean to you.

Everyone who adds a nomination to this thread will be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Marks & Spencer voucher.

Pink Lady Apples also have a special competition running where you can also nominate your No.1 person - and you could win a spa break for you and your No.1 person. Follow this link for more information and full T&Cs.

Thanks and good luck,

MNHQ

I'm gonna say my DH. I have been so unwell since not long after we got together and to be honest I didn't think he would stick around and I wouldn't have blamed him if he hadn't

But he did and his life has been so difficult as a result.
He does so much, work, childcare, housework, looks after me

I don't know what I would do without his help - I'd probably cease to function at all

Mine number 1 person is my nan, she's so positive and has an amazing outlook on life.

Her positivity has got me though a lot. With DD2 she tells me that just because she can't do something today, doesn't mean she won't be able to tomorrow. And there's only no hope if you stop believing, if you believe there's hope and a chance.

preety18 Wed 28-Nov-12 11:39:25

My number 1 person I must admit it's my dear beloved DH, he is amazing husband and father. He is there for me all the time, especially postnatal when I was on the verge of a breakdown he made sure I had all the support around me.

EllenParsons Tue 04-Dec-12 03:03:24

My sister who is also a mums netter. She is just really funny, kind, and would get my last pink lady as she always feeds me loads when I go to her house!

LateDeveloper Tue 04-Dec-12 14:46:54

I'd like to nominate my Dad. Even though he is nearly 80 he is amazingly strong mentally and someone I still turn to for advice and moral support.

He got through bowel cancer and despite the physical toil it has taken on this one very fit man he still enjoys his life, keeps up with the news and his beloved TV sport and is a great granddad to my kids. We have lots of great chats putting the world to rights and he is very proud of me and my career.

He has to monitor the care of my younger sis who has learning difficulties and and financially bail out another of my siblings but he never complains about it.

I love him loads and don't know how I'd cope without him

KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 06-Dec-12 14:41:03

Thanks all for your comments. The winner of the £100 M&S voucher is...

skyebluezombie

Congratulations, I'll PM you to get your details.

imdreamingofaskyebluechristmas Thu 06-Dec-12 22:51:42

thank you thank you thank you so much.

I will be giving the voucher to my fantastic mum who has supported me so well since XH left earlier this year.

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