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Saturday, August 29, 2009

A Wish for YOU

photo by tomt6788


May your weekend be as beautiful and serene as this painting, or if not serene, then a time to recharge your batteries so that your creativity can flow freely.

Huggage!

21 comments:

Jessica said...

Yay! Thank you! :-)
And I hope yours is serene. What a great word, btw.

Rebecca Nazar said...

Thanks and right back attcha. :-)

Laura Eno said...

Thank you! I forget to recharge the batteries and need the reminder.

Huggage back at ya!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks Jessica. Serene is good. :)

Rebecca - you're welcome!

Hey Laura. Good luck with the recharging, and thanks for huggage.

A Mom on Spin said...

Huggage back atcha!

♥ Boomer ♥ said...

And a happy one to you, too. Angels around you!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Mom on Spin - thanks!

Angels all around you too, Boomer lady. :)

B.J. Anderson said...

Thank you for such wonderful wishes! You are a super lady. I've got a little blog award for you over at my place. :)

Jenna said...

Happy weekend to you, too! :)

The Things We Carried said...

Angie,

The same to you, friend! Happy weekend!

Karen said...

What a great sentiment. I hope my weekend just goes on foreve

Deb Shucka said...

Serenity is good. Any time. Have a great couple of days.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Sounds like my kind of weekend. May you enjoy yours as well. Great painting, by the way.

Angie Ledbetter said...

B.J., thanks so much!

Jenna, TTWC, Karen & Deb - 'preciate you all. Blog friends are great. :)

Mandy said...

Today is certainly a beautiful, sunny day here. Very different than four years ago (Hurricane Katrina). I've spent the morning doing a lot of reflection on where I was and what I was doing during that time. I finally wrote the whole story on my blog. It felt good to talk about it so I can move on and enjoy my life, treasuring today and each day for what it should be. Have a good one Angie!

JKS said...

Hi Angie! All I see when I look at that picture is a volcanic eruption, like Mt. Vesuvius on August 24, 79 AD. Natural disasters seem to be a common thread today... :-)

Anonymous said...

No diaster here. Getting to be with "my" kids everyday now. Not much of a better feeling in the world. We race next week.
Oren

Kathryn Magendie said...

I can just look out my window at a scene similar to that and be calmed *smiling*

Happy weekend friend.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks Elizabeth. Found it on Flickr. If you click on the owner's name beneath the graphic, it'll take you to his account and any photos he has stored there.

Mandy - I've been thinking about Katrina on this anniversary, and all those who suffered or died, but also the heroes who sprung up from that disaster.

So right JKS. Glad you're back in swampland, and hope we get together again soon. :)

Oren - I know you're overjoyed when school's in session and your runners come back to the team. Best of luck this season! Those students are some lucky ducks.

Same to you my dear friend goil! LOVED your hour long radio interview. You did all writers proud.

Sandra Leigh said...

Thank you, Angie. Some serenity is just what the doctor ordered, and I wish the same for you.

Authors Promoting Authors said...

Thanks for dropping by the APA Blog.
What a lovely message to share with everyone!
It brightened up my Sunday.

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