From Every Angle: Weekly Photo Challenge

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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “From Every Angle.”

Beautiful couple of roses!  They look beautiful from every angle!  They have been with me a while now.  I can’t remember the occasion now.  More than likely they were for my birthday or wedding anniversary or Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day.  But they have been with me for a while.

They still glow in their fresh looking pinkish orange color.  I know one thing for sure that these were given to me with love.  I feel the love!  Each petal perfectly placed and perfectly dried now.  Dried but yet giving me warm feelings every time I go past them.

They are simple and elegant.  They have no life now, but they continue to emit beauty.    When my life ends, it’ll be like these dried roses…still beautiful, emitting beautiful memories for the living!

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Doggy Photo Shoot Day #16

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My nose knows what you are holding. Don’t put that in your mouth, I thought you were working on losing some weight! Just drop it! I’ll take care of it!

 

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Today Was a Good Day – Weekly photo challenge

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It was a good day when Dad stopped at the store, on the way home from work, to pick up 16 pink balloons for his sweet daughter on her sweet 16th birthday. A good day, indeed!

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.”

Creepy: Weekly Photo Challenge

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What could be creepy?  Gosh, many things –  Anything that crawls, anything that’s slimy, anything that can eat me up, and anything that can stomp me. 🙂  But hair!  Well, this hair, in this photo, looks creepy to me.  It’s like it’s growing tentacles to grab that poor colorful dragonfly and those pretty butterflies.  Fly away sweet things before you are entangled and your wings are broken.  Fly away fast.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Creepy.”

One Earth, One Us … A simple thought.

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One you, one me, one us on this one Earth!

The Creator crafted you and me with only surface deep differences.  Totally intentional and not a mistake.   That’s what I believe.

Religion, origin, nationality, culture, clothing, language, food.  Tall, short, thin, fat, skin color, facial features, ways of walking, talking, laughing and crying.  In those I differ from you.  I surely walk on my own life path, but not without crossing yours.  That’s how we meet.  You are different from me, but I notice that we are also the same.

I peek inside you, and me, and find oneness.  Warm blood that flows inside of me is the same blood that rushes inside of you.  It’s crystal clear to me that one we are!  All emotions I feel, you feel them too – Pain I bear, love I share.  Let’s respect and let’s care.  

Our differences teach me tolerance, patience, and kindness toward you, and toward me.  Our differences teach me to learn about you, and to learn about me.  Our differences guide me to listen better, help better, and accept better.  Our differences nudge me to explore ways to show you my love.  Our differences help me to love me.  It is in this state of teaching, learning, exploring, and loving that I feel the oneness between us and appreciate our differences.  

One you!  One me!  But one us. Feeling the same emotions! Flowing of the same blood! Breathing the same air!  Looking at the same sky! Sharing the same Earth!  One you, one me,  ONE US!  I insist!

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Inspiration: photo challenge

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The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.”

I walk the same path everyday.  Everyday I look at the big blue canvas, our sky.  Some days I see the sky being painted by big white fluffy clouds, some days I see dark gray ones.  Some evenings I see the sky painted in hues of orange and yellow with clouds turning dark.  Then I see the moon painted on the sky, with stars glittering.  Some days I see the golden hue rising and waking up the birds.  I hear the birds chirp and see them soar to the sky. They are inspired by our sky.  I, too,  feel fully aware and inspired along with them.  I’m grateful, everyday, for being able to witness this sky!