We have all used or at least recognize “xxxooo”, the universal symbol for kisses and hugs. One of the abbrevs we created is “Blessxxoo”. Read more about abbrevs; http://www.weblessyourheart.com/2013/04/10/implicity/. So many times we sign a card with X’s and O’s when we are not quite sure of writing that convoluted word “love”. It’s also a fun way to signal your friendship and kind feelings. I’ve taught my grandchildren to write X’s and O’x before they could write their name. They would write an X and then I’d give them a smooch, same with the O’s and hugs. Lots of giggles would ensue.
In the Bless Your Heart paper product line, I’ve created a note card collection of abbrevs. Here they are: Blessbling, Blessbliss, Blessicious, Blessisimo, Blesson, Blessup, Blesswishes and Blessxxoo. You will also find these abbrevs in the Bless Your Heart book, Blesson.