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Monday, April 20, 2009

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12 comments:

Devika said...

I so wish if all days were so easy,

nothing to look forward...its a way to look for everything that fills the heart and soul, no Lorraine?

I love those easy days, sometimes when he goes on tour...me just lavishing my time as I wish! :)
(oh, but not for long! )

Your pictures are superb, needless to say :)

wishes,
devika

Frank Williams said...

The photo is a corker Lorraine. A lovely peaceful scene...

Janice Thomson said...

I love those kind of days. Une photo étourdissante chère amie.

gautami tripathy said...

Such days are becoming so rare and in-between!

Michael Rawluk said...

He is looking forward to the big birthday party.

RBroeker said...

Sounds as if St. Francis of Assisi has told the animals not to care too much and found some human ears this way: Only if you own something, you will be afraid to loose it ... I like this very much.

Best wishes
Ralf

polona said...

if nothing to look forward to also means nothing to fear, i'm all for it...
beautiful

namaki said...

ne pas être dans l'attente, c'est cela la plénitude et le bonheur !

ArleneWKW said...

Profound. It made me think. Also and having read so on Kathy's blog, happy birthday!! You'll have to go to her blog to discover your virtual gift.

Lorraine said...

Thanks a lot Dev, for your beautiful comment :)

I like that, thanks a lot Frank :)

Wow, Janice, thanks and your French is getting soooo good ;)

Gautami, I hope you get a few more! per week ;)

lol That's a nice thought Michael :)

Profound comment Ralf, thanks very much! How does the saying go? 'If you love some(one) (thing) let it go, if it comes back, it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was ;)ps I love St. Francis, not just for his caring for animals for for his 'Let me be a channel of Your Peace;

Oh Gosh Polona, you're hit the nail!!!No more fears, imagine that thanks a lot sweetie :)

N'est-ce pas chère Namaki? Merci ;)

Thanks very much Arlene and I will, big 50 today lol

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

this is so interesting- you can look at this in two ways.

Lorraine said...

You got that hey, not suprised lol thanks Andrew ;)