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precious moments, I supposethanks for your visit
Thanks Lissa; I appreciate your visit and comment.
Nice combination of words and pictures. Especially the new born baby.Thanks for dropping by, as well. Appreciate that!
I like that you've merged pictures and prose in this. Nicely done.
Thanks Crybbe666; Now a healthy 2 year old.
Thanks Thom; Luckily, I had the pictures to suit the prompt words.
Great take n the prompt. Love the images.
Thanks Nara; All landmarks.
Beautiful pictures--and that was one healthy baby!
How neat -- a 3WW with pictures! Wonderful. :)
Thanks to:Aspiemom; Slight complication at birth, but as you say, healthy.Thomma; And every one tells a story.
I like the combination of words and pictures - it's a different way of doing the prompt.
Visual eloquence.Thank you for your contribution as well as the comment on my poem today!
Thanks to:Ann; I like to try a different approach where I can.Julie; Perhaps it's possible to 'second guess' the prompt, without the words.
Nice pictures and a great use of the prompt! :)
A fresh and different approach on the use of the words! Very creative!
Thanks to:Just Someone; Glad you like it.Jay; Let's see what next week brings.
amazing how haircuts come into play with life's passing stages....i've always thought prayer is everything...
Thanks Pieceofpie; Rites of passage.
I truly enjoy these little invitations into your life. And I'm so glad that the little one is healthy now!
A cool expansion on the three words. Beautiful photos but I like the "haircut to amaze" best because it's unexpected. It seems we have writing and photography in common, huh.
Thanks to:Dee; Any time you're passing...Zouxzoux; Love them both - don't do enough of either.
Ah, I love the combination of photos, thoughts and words. So very nice!
Thanks Tumblewords; I'll use more photo's in my posts.
The material of the novice's "overcoat" is so beautiful.One Single Impression - Running
Thanks Nessa; It would be nice to say it was hand made by a local artisan, but it is an 'off the peg' garment, available at market. Many Buddhist youths spend time (weeks, months, years) in the temple as/with monks.
I enjoy your combination of the three words and the pictures. Well done, well done. -Tim My 3ww: http://timremp.blogspot.com/2010/03/old-world-were.html
Thanks Tim; Days in the lives.
I love the frail, new born baby blue world; it looks a treasure held gently.