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and these two gems
Beautiful. Even more so because it’s almost the anniversary of that terrible accident–Every time Father’s Day approaches, I think of it. It was a few days after Father’s Day. Thinking of you all with gratitude for good health!
Thanks Wendy, I needed to take pictures today after the news.
from my cousin Davey:
Ethel Lee Lance
These are the names that matter today. A track coach, a librarian, a barber, a senator, a sexton. Fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, wives, and husbands. I’m sorry that we failed you all.“
I love seeing these beautiful sneak peeks of your life.
These are you best grouping yet! Awesome!! xxx
Sent from my iPhone
Hi Berta, Thank you!
These photos warmed my heart and were just what I needed after the horror in South Carolina. You sure do have “the eye” dear Anna.
Thanks MAS. Also thanks for the book and movie tips. There have been some v. good ones- most recently I watched Wild. I’m reading A God In Ruin, right now but The Good Lord Bird is next on the list. Here are two for you: On the Way to School (Netflix) and The Dinner by Herman Koch- those two couldn’t be more different.
About South Carolina, just grief.
I echo you on South Carolina. At least there will be more focus on symbols of hatred, and incitement to hatred, too (my office in Virginia is near Jefferson Davis Highway–what’s next, Osama bin Laden boulevard?) Anyway, a book recommendation for escapism, written by a friend of mine, Emily Cory Barker: A THinking Woman’s Guide to Magic.
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