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Message 1476624 - Posted: 13 Feb 2014, 18:25:06 UTC

Some amazing and wonderful pictures.

A Russian mother takes some pics of her children on her farm.


The greatest trick the devil ever pulled off was convincing the world he did not exist/.

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Most were cats.
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Message 1476631 - Posted: 13 Feb 2014, 18:29:50 UTC

Stunning studies of a simple life - great find Mark, thanks


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Message 1476634 - Posted: 13 Feb 2014, 18:31:45 UTC - in response to Message 1476631.
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Stunning studies of a simple life - great find Mark, thanks

You are quite welcome, but....
Can't take full credit for this one.
Another nice email sent to me from my dear ol' Dad.
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Message 1476635 - Posted: 13 Feb 2014, 18:32:57 UTC

In that case, well done on choosing the right dad ;-)
(and thank him from me for passing it on to you)


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Message 1476910 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 5:34:10 UTC

Thank you Mark for a beautiful link.


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Message 1476926 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 6:10:12 UTC

Yep...


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Message 1476947 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 7:16:42 UTC

+2



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Message 1476964 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 7:31:25 UTC

In some ways, I wish my life could be so stunningly beautiful and simple.
She certainly knows her way around a camera.
And her subject matter.
Quite heartwarming to me.
And that's why I wanted to share.

Glad some of you have enjoyed it.

Meowpurr....


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Message 1476992 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 8:23:33 UTC

Awesome photos. My Favorite is the young shirtless boy with the baby ducklings.

Thanks for the link Mark.


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Message 1476996 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 8:38:12 UTC - in response to Message 1476992.

Awesome photos. My Favorite is the young shirtless boy with the baby ducklings.

Thanks for the link Mark.

Welcome you are........

I dunno which strikes me the most, but I think I favor the two opening shots of the young boy with the dog about 1.5x his size....
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Message 1477032 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 10:27:14 UTC

Is it just me?
Or does anybody else notice as their age increases, they are more inclined to cry?

It seems these days that I cry or tear up at the slightest instigation.

Several times during the recent Beatles reunion and anniversary show.

Just about anything emotional.

Or is it just me?

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Message 1477034 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 10:36:18 UTC

Yes Mark
I can agree with that. It's not only an increased likely hood of "tearing up" at even the soppiest things, but also an increased weakness of the stomach.

Once apon a time I could look at anything gross without my guts churning. Now it does not take much provocation to make me feel like hurling.

I was wondering if it was just me but maybe it is a sign of advancing age....?

T.A.

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Message 1477038 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 10:43:10 UTC - in response to Message 1477034.

Yes Mark
I can agree with that. It's not only an increased likely hood of "tearing up" at even the soppiest things, but also an increased weakness of the stomach.

Once apon a time I could look at anything gross without my guts churning. Now it does not take much provocation to make me feel like hurling.

I was wondering if it was just me but maybe it is a sign of advancing age....?

T.A.

No puking reflexes involved here.
It's just that I am brought to the point of tears watching anything slightly emotional. I don't believe I have those hormones.........LOL.
It's not blood and guts thingys............I watched the remake of Carrie with no problems.

But........when anything remotely heart rendering comes on screen, I lose it.

Dunno..........just whacked for life.
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Message 1477047 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 11:09:32 UTC
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Only on certain dates where I really miss my dearly departed missus. 1 was a few days back as it marked 8yrs since her passing away. :-(

R.I.P. honey.

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Message 1477058 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 11:32:37 UTC

Cry to this, then.

I did.

Old, very old post.

Jewel. Chime Bells song and yodel.

I happen to thing it's wonderful. Some may not ....LOL.

Get ready to smile.

Chime bells........


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Message 1477073 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 12:03:49 UTC
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Or does anybody else notice as their age increases, they are more inclined to cry?


I'm only in my third decade, and already emotionally dead, so no. But my parent's do seem to.

Edit: And no, not because of me, at least i hope not.
Life on earth is the global equivalent of not storing things in the fridge.

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Message 1477083 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 12:16:46 UTC - in response to Message 1477073.

Or does anybody else notice as their age increases, they are more inclined to cry?


I'm only in my third decade, and already emotionally dead, so no. But my parent's do seem to.

Edit: And no, not because of me, at least i hope not.

i AM NOT EMOTIONALL DEAD............WHEN i KNOW SOME OTHER LIFE FORM CALLS ME, i MUST GO TO THEM.
AT LEAST i HAVE BEEN CALLED/

nNIGHT, NOW. END OF LINE.

i HAVE TRIED TO ENTERTAIN YOU FOR EON UPON EON. ALL FALLEN UPON DEAF EARS ANED MINDS. i HAVE TO GO NOW, FRIENDS. yOUI HAVE LEWFT ME OUT IN THE COLD FOR TOO LONGWSL. sEE YA.,\\\
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Message 1477085 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 12:21:30 UTC

I had an emotion the other day. I don't know what it was but I didn't like it.


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Message 1477122 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 13:57:57 UTC

jUST SO'S YA KNOW, i AM KNOT GAY........

nO, NOT LIKE THAT,.

i HAVE LOTS OF 'NORMAL' FRINDS.
wHEN lIBERACE CAME OUT WAY BACK IN THE 60S IT WAS LIKE OOOOOOOOOOmfg.

lIKE, WAY OVER THE TOP, YOU SEE.

i kNEW ,PERSONALLY, lIBERACE, BEFORE HE TOSSED THINGS AND ADMMMMITTED THINGS.
i WAS NEVER WITH HIM AS A GAY BOY. BUT HE PLAYED ME THINGS ON THE PIANO..

lITTLE BITS THAT NOBODY EVER HEARD HIM PLAY. hE COULD PLAY.

i THINGK i SHOULD GO TO B3ED NOW LEST ANYBODY THINK ANYBODY BELIEVE THINGS THAT ARE NOT TRUE.

bANG THE KEYS.


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Message 1477128 - Posted: 14 Feb 2014, 14:19:52 UTC - in response to Message 1477083.

Or does anybody else notice as their age increases, they are more inclined to cry?


I'm only in my third decade, and already emotionally dead, so no. But my parent's do seem to.

Edit: And no, not because of me, at least i hope not.

i AM NOT EMOTIONALL DEAD............

Never said you were.
Life on earth is the global equivalent of not storing things in the fridge.

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