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July 20, 2011



What a beautiful reminder, Miss G. I love coming over here for a read - and I leave feeling full again! Lovely pic. xo

Sherry Smyth

thanks for this beautiful reminder my friend. you speak it so well, so eloquently, including the use of the word "dingbats" -- a perfect description!!!! Stay hydrated in this heat -- watering you right now is so VERY important!!! xo


hahaha!! My latest post at Gypsy Girl's Guide has the word wondrous in the title! ;)

This is a lovely entry...certain words do appear with pretty intense frequency, it's true. Even so, hopefully their meaning won't become lost in their over-use.

Gillian daSilva

tx Bella xo!

Gillian daSilva

lol, staying hydrated alright! xoxo you too!

Erin McGill Beard

Beautiful photo, beautiful sentiments.

Meri @ Meri's Musings

Inspirational thoughts (another overworked word, probably, along with miracle).

Erin McGill Beard

Beautiful photo, beautiful sentiments.

Meri @ Playing Along

Oops. . . since my 52 Photos Project piece is on my other blog, I ought to have linked that.

Gillian daSilva

oh too funny! well if something really IS wondrous then shout it from the rooftops I say!
but so many journals claim inspiring, bliss, and others that maybe get lost in a sea of inspiring things...so much inspiring going on then we have no contrast from which to not feel inspired. ya know? lol
love you Christine! xo

Gillian daSilva

yes i bombed you with the word *miracle* however in the instance of a seed i believe it to be true :)

Gillian daSilva

thank you Erin xo
i tried to visit but couldn't link back for some reason ;)


you are full of life. inspiring.

Gillian daSilva

SOOO, you're saying I'm a dingbat? ;-) xo

Sent from my iPhone


"Heck, it even has curves!" *grin* Love that, Gillian! I never thought about CS4 that way. :) Sounds like you are having a terrific summer although I CANNOT believe that you love this heat!!!! Dingbat? No. Crazy? YES!!! ;p


PS: My sister, M., works in visual effects for film and television. And yes, it is amazing what she and her coworkers can create on the computer.


The picture from the fruit en cheese looks great, I love that look. I don't like the photoshop programs, but must take time to learn it myself, happy for me, there are a few nice creative buttons on my camera wich I like to use.

Gillian daSilva

thank you Els...yes DO learn it you'll have a ton of fun xo

Gillian daSilva

i am having the


summer ever. i hope you are too, Susanna. i am a little happier admittedly now that the humidity has waned...it was making me drink too much red wine



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