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July 03, 2013


Kim Mailhot

Enjoy the dance, Lovely One!


Love that bird photo!! wow, so wild--a crazy cosmic dance !
I hate that such tragedy is brewing so close to a time of United celebration. We will be using fireworks in our backyard but will be vigilant about keeping the ground moist and buckets at hand.


I love your whirling yellow bird and can imagine all the bird songs outside of your studio window. And the bird you made is lovely too, in a very joyful way! Our sunflowers are still only a foot tall. I wish and hope they will make it and grow tall enough before the deer can eat their flowers. Sending hugs to you, it has been awhile!


You really know how to craft those lovely colorful beauties. I bet it's a symphony of birds and flowers around you! I like that photo. How the heck did that happen?!


Happy birds, of different feathers... :o) That last image is amazing! Oh, but what's happening out West is heartbreaking...*sigh*... ((HUGS)) P.S. I'm soon closing my PranaLight blog, but am making a new creative place to be--more soon!

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