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Wednesday, July 21, 2010


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Angela said...

I just wanted to say that I'm sorry you are feeling sad. You are not alone. I've been struggling with an overwhelming sadness and feelings of grief also. I hope that we can find some peace. Hang in there:)

Anonymous said...

Sending you love and well-wishes.


Just Be Real said...

You captured sadness well in those pictures. Some I recognize. Blessings.

Clueless said...

Angela, Thank you. Peace is coming for the both of us. Hanging on!!

NOS, Thank you for being such a consistent follower and commentor even when you are not feeling well yourself.

JBR, Thank you for your comment. I'm glad that I captured sadness because I can't find the words.

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