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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Where My Heart Hangs




It is said that some people wear their hearts on their sleeves. Mine is hung by a single nail; right on my front door, an open invitation. Please won’t you enter? I think you already know more about me than you wanted. Sit and have a cup of tea, tell me your story, I’ll listen.





Karen B do you remember this tin heart??? and our dear Karen H of beloved memory and how she taught us to listen so very, very well, cell, by cell, by cell???



and then, she {snapped}



55 FFF for the G-Man



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19 comments:

  1. Am unusual heart, made to look old? I feel that you, too, have an old soul...

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  2. Very touching post. God bless.

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  3. Beautiful photo ~ and awesome blog ~ sending you distant healing reiki energy ~ namaste, Carol ^_^

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  4. What a beautiful heart, Laura.
    And thank you for the beautiful words you gave me today. I love you too! I mean every word - you humble and inspire me. I hope you feel the healing thoughts and prayers sent to you today.

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  5. The tin heart is beautiful, Laura, as are your words. Would be lovely to sit and have tea with you!

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  6. What a beautiful post Laura, I'm glad I finally found it!!
    I'd love some Earl Grey Breakfast Tea please.
    Loved your 55.
    I always feel so priviledged to have met you, you truly are a gift to us all.
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  7. Symbols speak where words can't go, and this 55 is a journey to the heart nailed up by all of us, wherever we've put it. Best wishes for healing, Laura.

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  8. That is a nice piece of heart indeed ! Nice catching !

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  9. A little tarnished and a bit scratched, but it's still hanging on. What a great symbol.

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  10. Beautiful shot, Laura. I'm sorry you're not feeling too well right now, I pray you will soon recover.

    Blessings!

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  11. Beautiful post and photo.

    Warm greetings and best wishes

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  12. Great shot, - a good post for b&w!

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  13. Thank you for your 55...

    My mother has MS and it changed our lives, I hope your flare subsides and you get back to your par(or better)

    Wander

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  14. What a wonderful door knocker. It is so pretty. I love the idea of the heart. Unique and so appealing to the visitor. genie

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  15. Take care of yourself! I think the heart is stunning and I love that you say "enough about me" when I am sure your words will always teach us so much. It is truly a gift to be a listener.

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