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I have not visited in awhile so I didn't know. So sorry about your sister. I can tell she was much loved, and she will now be watching over you. xo
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I knew Pink would love it, Lisa. She is so excited...just read and see. And I know in my heart it makes you feel good too, to be the cause of that love and excitement. You are loved girlie. Sending you lotsa hugs, but think of this....a little mollycoddling is sometimes nice, too. Why not? xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2014 on An Apron Tied to Friendship at A Whimsical Bohemian
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Nope! You are not the only one. I am checking often. I even check the eagles to see if they came home to get a snack. I will be excited to watch the osprey chicks fledge. Mom is sooooooo beautiful!
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2012 on It won't be long! at Yadkin Osprey Nest
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Magnificent birds. How lucky we are to have observed this family of eagles. Appreciate Alcoa for being dedicated to bringing us this view of Mother Nature in action.
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I love this cam. What a beautiful family. Thanks Alcoa.
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Could you post how far behind the others this one left in the nest is? I mean hatching? Regrettably, I wasn't here for the first days. Also, I can't seem to load the Yadkin Osprey cam today. Does anyone know if there is a problem there, or perhaps it's my computer. I'll miss these guys when they all fly! Thanks.
Toggle Commented Jun 10, 2012 on A Hot Sunday at Alcoa Davenport's Bald Eagle Nest
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Yesterday when I logged in I had the zoom view. Later it was back to the closeup, and this morning it is still the closeup. Don't know why my view is different than others. No matter. I'll take either one! Love these beautiful birds.
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Love this Lisa. Her locks are lovely but her eyes are hauntingly beautiful! xoxo
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2010 on Art Revisited at A Whimsical Bohemian
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AWESOME and beautiful, both photos and thoughts. A treasure! xoxoxo
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Oh my gosh I had forgotten all about those strawberry sodas. In glass bottles! I did coke floats. Made from fountain drinks. And I know where there is an old timey type drug store with a soda fountain and large black and white tiles on the floor and high stools and a milk shake machine. xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Aug 27, 2009 on Bubbling Over at Tinker Art
I like that little boat with the canopy too. I think I could take a nice nap in it...bobbing up and down.....and listening to the water lap, lap, lap up the sides, and snoring....oh, sorry, I dozed off there. Nice sunset pic you took! xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2009 on Whatever Floats Your Boat... at Tinker Art
Your story is a wonderful incentive for others who have medical problems and may want to just give up. You already know I luv ya! Keep working on that book, glitter girl! xoxoxoxo judie
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What a fabulous idea, making your own country. That was obviously lotsa fun. You are so creative with your girls, Tink! And now, watersplashing, bubbleblowing, and, um, maybe a watermelon seed spitting contest? I wanna play too. xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Aug 3, 2009 on Summer Country at Tinker Art
Oh Tinky Winky. Were you doing some kind of under/overhanded break.....dancing? Oh, that wasn't even funny. Ouch! You can slap me..well, maybe not. Love you! xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2009 on On the Other Hand... at Tinker Art
Adorable story, Tink. Only "the Shadow" knows!
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2009 on Tuning In at Tinker Art
Many times I have been uplifted by Violette's art and by her words. Numerous times, especially in the last year, I have gone to her website and come away with a more positive outlook on whatever life had tossed to me that day. She has been like a rope thrown to me when I've gone "overboard". She is always wanting to be an inspiration in someone's life, and she certainly has been in mine. Not just art, because I was an artist before I "met" her in cyberland, but her ideas about life have filtered into my own being and carried me along. She is a definite influence in my art journaling, which I think everyone should try. Many times I've gone to her website feeling eyore, and come away feeling like a smiley face. These small pieces of art she did for her nephew reveal what is truly in her heart.
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I couldn't post on your "Happy Freakin' Bench Monday, Ya'll" post so I'll do it here. Girl, you are just having waaaaaaaay too much fun!!! LOL Enjoy. Your enthusiasm is infectious. xoxoxo
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Beautiful wedding. The mother of the bride looks exceptionally lovely. That photo of the six ladies standing in their long gowns looks like a Botticelli garden painting. Thanks for sharing! xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Jun 6, 2009 on Scenes From a Wedding... at Tinker Art
I so agree with you about journaling relieving stress. It keeps your mind concentrated on the writing or art, and off the stressful events. And when the page is finished, the peace seems to last and continue to flow into your self for awhile, and makes you just a little stronger and able to face the next stressor more easily.
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Beautiful Ode to a Tree, Lisa. Love your bracelets, too!
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About a hundred years ago I had my tonsils out, way before this age of "painfree" drugs. Mostly I remember I got to have lots and lots of ice cream, and the nurses gave me very special attention. It was so nice that when I came home I wanted to go back! Hope the experience is just as good for your little angel. Nurses are special people!
Toggle Commented May 3, 2009 on ...and such is life. :) at the dreaming Press.
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Thank you Gillian. The swan's head shot is enough. That's where the intrigue is. I'll just capture it from your blog. Have a great, profitable, and happy day! xoxoxo judie **************Access 350+ FREE radio stations anytime from anywhere on the web. Get the Radio Toolbar! (http://toolbar.aol.com/aolradio/download.html?ncid=emlcntusdown00000003)
Toggle Commented Apr 21, 2009 on I'm sew in love with you ♥ at the dreaming Press.
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Hey Blue! Yeah, it's me, the infrequent visitor! I've been following some of your "You might enjoy these stories" links. What a clever idea. And yes, I did enjoy several of them. That photo of the swan was outstanding. I'm asking permission to capture it for painting. Please? I saw the link to Oceandreamers paintings. Even before reading, I recognized her work at once. Does that mean you are GOOD when your work is getting recognized? I think so. Take care. xoxoxoxo
Toggle Commented Apr 21, 2009 on I'm sew in love with you ♥ at the dreaming Press.
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Whatever it is, I know you will make the right decision at the right time, because you have confidence and faith in yourself. I can tell. BTW, my art journal is not chronologically ordered either! I rather like it that way. xoxoxo
Toggle Commented Feb 28, 2009 on The art of allowing. at the dreaming Press.
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