37 thoughts on “We Don’t Always Understand Other’s Religion

  1. Colleen, Smiling, your smile is almost as bright as the big Yellow ball that we are all welcoming, even us in Florida, especially me, I use it to heat my pool via solar panels. Take care, Bill

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  2. OMG, this is one of my favorites, Colleen. The color is so fun!

    Sorry to have been away. I don’t know how many posts I may have missed, but it’s going to be a busy month for me–traveling to the beach, teaching a week-long workshop, having friends visit from the US, and then going home to the US myself for a week!

    As I commented on another blog, maybe all of this happening at once is appropriate, given that it’s April, after-all. When it rains,, it pours. Right?

    Hugs from Ecuador,
    Kathy

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    • πŸ™‚ I thought you might like those colors.

      I know you are so busy!!!! Good thing you retired so you could be so busy!

      HOME???? Kentucky home or other home????

      Hugs returned! Is Sara coming back for a visit too?

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  3. LOL! I understand it, too. Your Shadow Person is looking quite brilliant today. ☼ Now I have They Might Be Giants in my head:

    The sun is mass of incandescent gas
    A gigantic nuclear furnace
    Where hydrogen is built into helium
    At a temperature of millions of degrees

    Yo-ho, it’s hot
    The sun is not a place where we could live
    But here on earth
    There’d be no life without the light it gives

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