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April 26, 2010


Megan (Best of Fates)

Love the poem and the pics!

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"Hope is dreaming of tomorrow, Hope is simmering under sorrow" - I love this verse. It's simply inspirational.



I love this glad you shared this!


There are so many possibilities in the little dew drops.
The poem is beautiful. Where did you find it?


Hoping right along with you..

M.J. Jacobsen

I cried a little, but hope a lot! Great post, and pics!

Brother John

Poem is very beautiful. Love the pictures.

Doris Wall

Sarah - I hear your Paul and my Paul actually talked to each other last week. Your Paultold my Paul I should leave you a note on your blog blog after my Paul told him I read your notes and marvel over your photographs all the time (because I am jealous of your abilities and camera). I have been relucant to leave a note because it has been so long since we have seen each other but I wanted you to know I always enjoy reading your notes, looking at your pictures and seeing how life goes on in your world under such stressful but amazing circumstances.

Firefly Hill

Hi Sarah,

Here thinking of you...hoping you received encouraging news.


Alice C

Hope is the only choice in a world where there is so muh to live for.

Amy from She Wears Many Hats

Thank you for that.

Have been really enjoying your photography - lovely!

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Hope is seeing something desirable, realizes that they may not get it, but believes that there is still a chance of getting it.

Thank you for the inspiration.


such gorgeous pictures--and I *love* the poem!
Happy 4th to you!

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