“Me and my Father…”

Today starts Frizz´s challenge…This week is “F”, and I have been keeping this photograph I took last week…
I just simply love it… If you look closely, you can appreciate that little twist of the child´s body, looking for the strengh of his father…Both of them so close, looking at the Mediterranean Sea, probably talking seriously about the important things in life…
What do you think? (click on it…You will get a better feel!!!)

“Me and my Father…”

"Me and my father..."

“My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person: he believed in me”

Jim Valvano

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I Will Keep Flying….

Dear all…

Today is my second anniversary in WordPress, and they sent me a note to remember it…

I have to say I am very grateful…To them and to all of you….Because there is something magical about the fact of knowing that there are people on the other side that care for one person, for his/her poems, thoughts, drawings, pictures…

Thanks for flying with us”… I like this ..To me opening a post is like opening a new book…I can have an idea about what I am going to find but then, almost always, it is much better…: I can close my eyes, and fly towards that person that has tried her/his best to share something important with us,…I can feel the pain, the adventure, the lonely path that is following, the happiness of being with a family or with a wonderful pet…The ups and downs of a professional career or of a new hobby…

I know that many  things are happening in the World, much more important that our little worries…But we should not dismiss these important moments we are sharing here…Because if they are able to cheer up our hearts may be after we can put one smile in other´s faces…And, at the end, everything is part of a big chain….

Because of that….Thanks  to all of you for flying with me

"Thanks for flying with me..."

I took this pic this morning and I think it is perfect!!!

🙂

“Sometimes our light goes out, but is blown into flame by another human being. Each of us owes deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light”

Albert Schweitzer

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