this makes me realy sad...our poor earth...but i have great friends in turlock...george zaffle and tia...he is a decorative painter...small world...blessings, rebecca
Wow! That is really powerful -- so very much said with so few words... and a solitary image that strengthens the impact so!Very moving...
Love it. So right on target. Well said.
This is sad, but the question is pure! It is what we all wonder at one time or another. . .another way of saying 'do you care?'
oh, annie...that is so sad & yet beautiful too. it is like taking donne's "no man is an island" to those moments we all know when we think, just maybe we are.
That is all that needs to be said.What will our future tell of us.
Hauntingly sad but what a great wake up call.I was in Kennebunkport and thought of fing Bush's vacation house with a dozen eggs. LOL
Very poigniant, perhaps what this world needs is a wake-up call.
Hello Annie,Down here in Australia we watch the tide run in and out and hope that with each wave that brings and sends more news of the sadness that fills our world that one day it will all simply stop! we do have the power to change but now is the time not tomorrow.So nice to visit you my friend again after a long absent.Lee-ann
Very powerful words. Very few words, but very powerful! I love your writings. They truely touch the heart.
Very clever, Annie! xo
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