Here' s their explanation of it:
If one word can convey a lot about your state of mind, just think how much three words could reveal. That hope has been more than fulfilled with "Your Three Words," the hugely successful video montage that ends every episode of i-CAUGHT. From military spouses and their children saying "I Miss You" to their loved ones in Iraq, to young couples celebrating with the sign "Having a Baby," the video uploads have been eloquent expressions from i-CAUGHT viewers harnessing the power of the Internet to speak out. To be heard. To share. Each week, more and more viewers have sent in their homemade tributes, and "Your Three Words" has grown to become one of the most anticipated and surprising parts of the show. It's as if the old-fashioned question that kicked off the segment -- "How was your week?" -- had been missing from the landscape, and TV viewers couldn't wait to answer it. And there's still time for you join in the conversation. Tell us how your week was. From the sublime to the ridiculous, nothing's too big or too small to send in. Write your three words on your palm, cut it out in letters, paste it (strategically -- and tastefully) over your body. Shoot it with your digital camera, webcam or cell phone, and upload it to the i-CAUGHT page. "Your Three Words" is your chance to speak your mind, a handful -- and a heartful -- at a time.
You can watch the most recent one(from today) here:
Three Words Montage
Here's another one
And One More
I cry every time I watch these. Some of them are so poignant. One of my fellow bloggers came up with the idea to have other bloggers participate in this every week. I love this idea. So every Sunday I will post a picture with my three words for the week.
Here are my three words this week:
When I told my husband about it, he wanted to join in too. So here are his three words:
I look a little scary in that photo. Oh well. Have a good week!