Monday, December 13, 2010

bravery

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Just when the weight of it all becomes nearly unbearable, you feel yourself start to bend, to fold, and think you will collapse.  Then magically, the load gets lighter and you decide you can keep going for just a little while longer.  You repeat as necessary.  Bravery defined.

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I just loved how tangled this looked. :) We've had much snow and I have many photos to share - hopefully tomorrow. :)

8 comments:

  1. Magnificent post, Lisa. You've outdone yourself on the photos, and the words, well, are true. Thanks.

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  2. I'm use to the winter growing up in Chicago-Indiana-Wisconsin, but I love the spring!

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  3. It's so pretty. Lovely photographs.

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  4. Thank goodness I am sitting here w/ HOT coffee to keep me warm...these look freezing, beautiful, but cold!

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  5. Wow, that looks cold ! We are expecting snow again in Belgium ! This year is really unusual, we are not used at all to so much snow and then so early !

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  6. yes, we always find our inner strength even when things are unbearable. you have so much more snow than we do and i can't help wish we could add more to what we already have. i may get my wish tomorrow, :) have a great day.

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  7. Beautiful photo! I think you and all cancer survivors are very brave and strong!

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  8. Are these from now??? YIKES ... that is a lot of snow. Love the pairing of the photos and the thoughts.

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