To know you have someone who will walk through the storm to get to you
And be there through the storm with you
Is important to know.
Yes, you are very right
Thank you my happy life 🙂
your image touched me dear !
lov ya drawings !
as always inspirational !
Thank you JupiterMagic! I really appreciate this 🙂
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Love this drawing!Thanks!
Thank you Thefunnyoneblog! 🙂
Your art is impressive!
Thank you Dino, I still chuckle nervously when someone calls my drawings ‘art’. It makes me feel great, but like I’m a poser. But I’m trying to embrace it!!!! 🙂 So thank you!!!
You’re welcome 🙂
Thank you Arlene 🙂
so true and i love your drawings )
Thank you Beth 🙂
i like u..u r cool
Thank you Moonlight706 🙂 That was nice to say 🙂
Yet so hard to remember while the sky is falling, MBC. Beautiful thought and illustration of an important point in life.
Thank you MBM. I suppose that’s why we should be watching out for those in their own storms, they may not see us come running to them….but run we do. 🙂
Thank you South African link.
Yes! So very true! We all need someone like that!
We do indeed, I know I do.
So important to a happy life…knowing when the storm comes…and it will…that love is there in the dark clouds and thunder. Love your illustration.
Thank you GB. We should all know this is out there for us.
It sure is important to know. We recently discovered several very good people willing to do it for us. ❤
THAT is a wonderful feeling Paulette. I’m glad you had them.
Simple yet beautiful words.
Thank you Kathy.
It never ceases to amaze me how talented you are. Everything your write and draw reach deep into hearts.
Huck…thank you. ❤
When storm hits me, my only companion is the storm.
Carl, do you stand and stare down the storm? Or turn your back to it?
Great post! Thanks for sharing!
Indeed it is! Thanks for the sweet reminder. 🙂
You’re welcome Sandra 🙂
It is such a lovely way of showing we have each other’s back, Colleen.
In my senior year of high school I was student director of a comedy called, “Take Her, She’s Mine.” It has a lot to do with teens and parents. There is a particular point to this ramble, the line in the movie that catches our throats and hearts is when an angry teen is getting ready to leave. . . The mother shouts, “Take an umbrella, it’s raining.” Well, it was a sort of inside code, a special spy message to each other the rest of the year we would look at the other person we were worried or caring about and repeat that line. It is written in my yearbook by one of the actresses, as her final farewell line to me. Now, I’m a little teary eyed. . .
I love the code talk Robin. And that you all recognized that at such a young age. And the teary eyes are for the nostalgia??? 🙂
Oh, and although we were modern we didn’t make a movie, it was a play. 😀 oops!
😉 I got that. 🙂
Excellent post. It lets you know the storm will not last forever. Well penned. ☺
I feel very lucky every day to have that person by my side. He’s good fun in good weather too!
I love this!!!
Thank you Lynn, I’ve been the storm walker and the stormee.
Accept and embrace the “art” comment Colleen for it is surely true! I would add to that “wise”. So, Wise art is what you do!
Thank you Peter, you have really made me feel wonderful this morning. I appreciate you Peter.
I had to send this to my friends. This truly expresses some of my friendships.
I’m honored. I hope they appreciate you. 🙂
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