Thursday, September 1, 2011

I see you!

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Dean, my first grandchild, my Sunshine-and-Light at the end of the tunnel.
At Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo, December 24, 2006.
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It helps to keep these things in perspective, to ponder such gifts in your heart.
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Today's Theme Day at City Daily Photo is all about
PERSPECTIVE.
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19 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

A wonderful grandmother perspective - perfect for theme day! Fun foto!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

A lovely perspective photo and sentiment. Touching.

Thank you for commenting on the Rabbi Guttman photo. He is a great man. Temple Emanuel has changed buildings, but has been around for over 100 years. Some of Greensboro's most influential citizens have walked its halls!

Someday, you will visit!

Janis

Adullamite said...

What a good picture!

VP said...

You are so right, Dina!

Mark said...

Great shot Dina and theme day post. Enjoy September in Jerusalem.

Spiderdama said...

He must be one of the best gifts in life to have in your heart. Moving

Reader Wil said...

Very beautiful! Perspective is great!
I hope you are doing well, Dina.

Winchester Daily Photos said...

Great sentiments & photo!

Birdman said...

Perspective in more ways then one.

Hels said...

Like all parents, I loved my children but they tested my patience quite a number of times. But the grandchildren.... oh the grandchildren.... they make life worth living. What a smart and inquisitive little boy your Dean is :)

Suzanne said...

Dina, you have such a wonderful way of expressing through writing you thoughts and feelings.

Petrea Burchard said...

That is just so sweet, and a perfect shot for theme day.

spacedlaw said...

Cute picture!

Karl said...

Very nice picture, Dina! Well done for this theme.

Jilly said...

We see you too! Love the idea of a biblical zoo.

JM said...

Very cool, Dina.

nathalie, avignon said...

You're so right Dina, keeping things in perspective is essential. Knowing what really matters... and focusing on that - I love the perspective you chose to make your point!

Rob and Mandy said...

Peekaboo!

Rae Walter said...

Perfect reflection and perspective. Beautiful photo.