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13 November 2007

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Mrs. G.

We could all use and dispense more grace in our lives. Thanks for the reminder.

Julie Ann

You share some very thought provoking posts Corey. This is for Shelley of course xx

rel

Corey,
To see the world's gems embedded all around us is a precious gift.
rel

Jeanne

How lovely and wonderful each post is my lovely friend........Just like you..........
Blessings at autumn and always.
Love Jeanne

Becca

This is such an interesting and delicate photo. I love the trace of the branches.

Cottage Contessa

Life's steps.... belief to fly, courage to try. Thinking of, and praying for Shelley.
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

elsa

amen. may it extend grace and courage corey, to all of us. keep your spirits up dear friend. i'll email you later.

delphine

And when that leaf falls, it fertilizes the earth. There is always richness to gain from what seems lost, even though it is not apparent immediately. Thank you again Corey for your wonderful post.
xxdelphine and nancy

Dee

Beautiful thoughts this morning, Corey.

Blessing on you today!

Sheila

Have you ever noticed a tree standing naked against the sky,
How beautiful it is?
All its branches are outlined, and in its nakedness
There is a poem, there is a song.
Every leaf is gone and it is waiting for the spring.
When the spring comes, it again fills the tree with
The music of many leaves,
Which in due season fall and are blown away.
And this is the way of life.
Krishnamurti

This says what I couldn't find words for..hugs
xx

fleur

Love the photo!

Paula

In all the world everything changes. Nature's divine plan.

Saying a prayer for you today.

(and still thinking on those lovely wine glasses from yesterday......oh my those are just wonderful)

Hasmin

Great photo, Corey! I could see this framed. I could picture it being b&w, too.

Teresa

After yesterdays storm my tree looks very similar. Time to rake? Hmm, maybe I will just leave the beautiful carpet of golds and yellows.

Teresa

Cre8Tiva

jewels...oh so right...blessings, rebecca

jzr

Amen!

cruststation

The ground ahead is truly paved in gold if we look around us...what a beautiful title.

AnnieElf

How lovely and peaceful, Corey. I added this to my YouTube folder as a keeper. Blessings.

rochambeau

Oh yes please a full cup of grace and courage for me! Then, will you filler up again?

Rosemary

What a lovely post Corey!!
Hope you are feeling good today my friend.
Rosemary

Laura at Blame It on Paris

Beautiful photo! I love how your words are always so simple and beautiful and match the photo so perfectly.

tut-tut

Oh, my goodness; how true your words. And what a wonderful photograph to illustrate.

Beverly

I love this Corey...combining the changing leaves and changes in lives...it's beautiful!

Changes can be so challenging, but just like the leaves they can be beautiful!

Pam Aries

Nature abounds with beauty, doesn't it?...I read your post about Shelley and it broke my heart...I know this is causing you much anguish and her much problems. It is good that you are friends. I a mthinking of you both.

Paul M Martin

Pretty. Autumn has always been my favorite time of year. Usually I think mid autumn, but late autumn has its own starker beauty.

Donna

How beautiful. Loved the falling leaves movie too!
Donna

Redness

Beautiful as always Corey - AND you're famous - as you should be - Congratulations!
http://www.stampington.com/html/postscript_corey_amaro.html

stephanie

Dear Corey,
May you have grace and courage. The video linked to your beautiful photo is so very touching....

Daisy Cottage

Just beautiful! Thank you Corey for the gift that YOU are to us.

xo,
Kim

Lana

Beautiful thoughts Corey.

Thank you for sharing with us.

susanna

Gorgeous photograph, Corey!

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