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There have been times when I think I could have posed for that painting. I'm in a better place now.
A wordless post - cool idea when you're too busy to write! Great blog, and thanks for your comment re my blog the other day Marci. I tried to reply but ended up sending myself a comment instead. I'll get the hang of this blog business one day, no doubt. Hope you have a great week with lots of karaoke -Ann.
Okay, so, like, "in the current moment," or just generally speaking, as you reflect on the experiences of your life? 'Cause if you're experiencing a screaming moment this minute, I want to leave a soothing, inspiring comment. If, however, you're acknowledging that you've had a few screaming moments over the course of your life, I just want to say, "Me, too, Sister. Me, too."
you are all so wonderful! I suppose I meant, in my caption to the picture: I have been there. I have felt that kind of angst. Not right now, necessarily, but I have always identified with something in this painting. In fact, I had it up on my wall all throughout college, which often freaked people out :)
College dorm? I knew it looked familiar! My dad once Photoshopped my sister's face into that painting ;-)
That is such a great painting because it means so many things to so many people...We have all "been there" :)Bradley The Egel Nest
EXACTLY! Sometimes I think that painting is my self portrait. :)
I relate..on an hourly basis lately
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