8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Eliza Waters says:

    Gorgeous scenery – welcome to WW! 🙂

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  2. bette910@aol.com says:

    This is great….but don’t you really have 1,000 words here?

    Do Nadia and Ayden know of the wonderful connection you can have with them due to the moon? You all can see the moon and know that the person you love and who loves you sees it too. It was a connection that comforted me when Rick was in the army and stationed in south korea for a year. I could look at the moon and know that he could also look at the same moon. Do you remember this little song….I see the moon and the moon sees me and the moon sees someone I want to see God bless the moon and God bless me and God bless the someone I want to see. Even if they don’t know it, the connection is still there. The moon you’re looking at is also looking down on them. God forbid jeremy would not let them look at the moon….

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  3. reocochran says:

    I really liked your photograph. It has lovely details and so beautiful! I included you today on a short list of nominations for The Miranda Sings Award. I hope you will check the list out and hope it was okay to mention the poetry places people may try to get published. This is an excellent resource and so kind of you. Smiles, Robin

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    • dear Robin~
      thank you! I am so happy you liked the photo! Thank you for the Miranda Sings Award –very generous of you! Yes, of course, you can disseminate the information on my blog ALWAYS! Anything to help other writers! 🙂 Hope you are doing well! Blessings to you!
      Jane

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      • reocochran says:

        Jane, I think I am thick headed! I enjoy our conversations but when I come to write your name I get it wrong. I will try to remember this time!
        I actually chant the little ditty about seeing the moon and it seeing me, with my grandchildren.
        We had an informal party at the park for Micah who turned 7. My brother was passing through so I called and mentioned he was in town. So, thank you for asking or hoping I was well! 🙂 The same is wished to you, blessings to you and your loved ones, Jane.

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      • I just lost what I wrote! UGH! Robin dear~ do not fret one single second about not remembering my name–“Johann” is fine and I understand WHY people would use that when writing—after all, it is in the title of the blog! LOL When I began my blog, I didn’t know what to call it—and I thought to myself, “Well, I am alive and thinking and that is already something”—so I went with that! Not very creative! LOL Happy for you that you were able to spend time with your grandchildren! I miss mine so much! I sent books to my grandchildren this week, and followed Bette’s suggestion and wrote the moon poem in the book. Have a good weekend, Robin!

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