Friday, July 4, 2008

Great Post Alert!

My friend and esteemed blogger Dianne over at Forks Off The Moment has a wonderful post up that is a must-read for Independence Day.

5 comments:

  1. Great link - it was an amazing post.

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  2. Dear Jood,
    Thank you for checking out Dianne's post. She's a wonderful person. I hope that you two "meet" because I think you will find much common ground at her blog, as I have.

    Peace.

    Pagan

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  3. thanks for the link pagan, it's an honor that you find my words powerful, I hope you know by now how I feel about you

    jood did visit and I stopped by her place as well. just in time to catch a wonderful post from her grandaughter.

    I'm thrilled to find one more soul to make the journey less lonely.

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  4. Your right PS, that is a great post. Thank you for sending me over there. :)

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  5. Yes, beautifully stated, and absolutely admirable.

    We have a long way to go, we here in America, before we get it. But some among us are leading the way.

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