oh my Kathy, I haven't even had the courage to really read the news... things are going crazy.
I'm finding it hard to watch the news as well...very scary to see so many in such pain. Lovely, expressive pages...great colors too.take care...XXOLynn
I have to admit I've avoided the pictures. My heart also goes out to the families of those killed in the earthquake on the Iran/Pakistan border that happened at the same time. On a purely arty level, I have to say that I love that pomegranate stamp. Did you carve it yourself?
It's so sad to think there are people who value life so little or that believe what they want is more important. I like the pages and what they express.
Beautiful words, beautiful page ....
You always have a beautiful way of putting things into words Kathy... my heart goes out to those affected. It's so hard to believe we live in a world like this, but I'm so glad there is so much love, support, and kindness when it's most needed.
Very lovingly said with this page of hope. Your heart is huge with care and kindness dear Kathy.
Beautiful pages and sentiment. And on a completely different (and probably inappropriate) note: I must have that chevron stencil!
Love the page, it's so good to have a way of expressing feelings, even the sad ones. Like how u have done the background. Hugs Juls xxx
such beauty in sharing the hopeand love in your heartwith Boston and all those hurting hearts.grateful for the short-term resolution and praying for the long haul for those whose lives have been forever changed by the ugliness.love to you, friend,Jennifer
It was so nice to see that they caught the men who caused all that pain.I just wanted to let you know that I pulled your name from the hat and you won some blog items over on my blog..Hugs~
I'm so glad you visited my blog so I could learn about yours. Your journal pages are amazing. Your journal is the first one I've seen where the writing seems to be part of the art.Beautiful work.
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