A story of our life in Albania
I enjoy these photos very much. You say every day life, and that is true, but they look so exotic to me.
So glad you enjoy them. I think all of us live exotic lives, we can't see it because we are just living it. Having a visiter helps me to see things again that I had just stopped "seeing".
JULEE!!!! IS THAT REALLY YOU?!! I so rarely visit your blog because there's usually nothing new, just go occasionally to see photos of you and your precious family to draw you a little closer from so far away......now I can't believe I let a whole week go by without seeing your new photos!!! I love them all and, as usual, I can't get enough! Are you all well? Haven't heard anything from your way in eons! Will have to email you to catch up. Love you, Kelly:D
The second boat picture is fabulous - a still-life. You could paint it for me ;) Waaauuughh, your children are growing up into little adults without me. I miss them - their quirky questions, their individuality, their lives...Happy Birthday Matthew in a few days - I met George when I was his age... wow. I remember it like yesterday. I miss you my Sister - stay well.Love T
Julee - It CAN'T really be a year since you blogged.... can it? xo
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