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03/13/2010

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JoLyn

Thanks for sharing this link Donna. I especially love knowing a little something about the photo.

And thanks for your comment on my blog today. I'm thankful everyday for new friends like you who I meet in this blogging world. I appreciate your openness in sharing bits of your life and how that strengthens me. Thank you!

Donna Raagas


Thank you for your comments, JoLyn. Since I've stopped teaching, I've had to be more purposeful about maintaining friendships; I can't just show up at work and be in the proximity of 50 of my closest social contacts! Meeting nice bloggers who share interests and hobbies like mine is one way I've taken brave baby steps to open myself up to new people and be a reliable participant in adult conversations. I love reading your observations about the real-life snapshots that you capture. You have a gentle way of pointing out the humanity of a situation that you've photographed, reminding people of the responsibility people have to other people. You make me think.

JoLyn

Thanks so much, Donna--your comments mean so much to me. Its great to feel like were having a conversation through our blogs! I look forward to getting to know you better!

Tracy

Thank you for the tip, Donna--that sounds like fun, I like that a story goes with the photo. :o) Happy Week ((HUGS))

Donna Raagas

Yes, I think it sounds like fun, too; I am going to submit a photo this month. I noticed that there's also a contest with a "cats" theme--I immediately thought of Charlie (and our Bob of course!)

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