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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

"Still No Words"


"Suffering" ~ © 2002 Rita Loyd

8 comments:

Anonymous Drifter said...

That's a good picture to depict suffering. I hope you're doing ok, CC.

Snow White Queen said...

I know it may not sound like much but I'm here to listen if you want to talk.

Bradley said...

I'm sending virtual Snoopy hugs your way.

Tamara (TC) said...

Clueless,

It is wonderful that you can say what you feel with pictures. Although, if that picture says what you are feeling, it breaks my heart for you.

Many hugs and warm thoughts sent your way. You have overcome so much and you will find words again. Until then, at least you are still expressing your feelings.

Hugs,
Tamara

Raspberry said...

Thinking of you xXx

Melinda said...

CC--what an amazing picture. It is amazing and so depicts the isolation and pain that I know you have felt. Your work is so powerful--it cuts right to the heart.

Melinda

Clueless said...

Everyone thank you for your support.

CC

Clueless said...

@Bradley. Oh, how sweet...Snoopy hugs. Now, you know that made me smile.

@Melinda. There is such a kinship with you that I am so thankful for. Everything you said is true. I'm a visual person, so pictures and finding the right ones are important to me.

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