Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Welcome to the Celebration

It is strange, is it not, that we mourn the loss of one friend and celebrate (in the same moment) for the saving of another.
Life is ... well, a conundrum. Full of mysteries and emotions we don't understand. Yet, as one Faithful Reader has said, "Life goes on." And, we are meant to enjoy it - and one another.
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It is time, once again, to welcome another bunch of followers.
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We hope you enjoy your visits, and take the time to join in the fun and conversations by leaving comments or sending emails (you'll find my email address in the sidebar). We always have a good time while encouraging one another to take care of the package, and to be proud of it; celebrate it.
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You won't find a more loving or caring bunch of folks anywhere else in the blogosphere.
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6 comments:

mistress maddie said...

What a nice welcome to everyone!!! And I must say picture 14 is the most amazing picture I have seen in a while! That is my idea of the ultimate in close friend....closeness, eroticism, comfort, good times, and playfulness. I love that.

Xersex said...

tyel wellcum your new readers & follwers!

Your French Patrick said...

Yes, my dear Pat, life must go on and it goes on.
Yes, life is a conundrum, I agree to this, not to the religious overtones that the above photo gives to it. We are ourselves conondrums. For instance, the atoms in our body (which is travelling at 220 kilometres per second across the galaxy) are 99,9999999999999999% empty space and none of them are the ones we were born with, but they all originated in the belly of a star. That has nothing to do with religions and you must admit that the events that took place in your life may happen as well if your religion is this one or another one or if you celebrate none of the so many unic gods.
We are "cockvangelists", isn't it enough?
I wish you a wondrous day, my dear friend, with a lot of bisous.

LORD PATRICK said...

Yes! We lose one friend and gain another, and life must go on! The older we grow unfortunately more seem to drop out of our lives than new ones come in. Hugs, Patrick

AOM said...

Yes, let us enjoy life - celebrating the lives of our Friends. Beautifully stated, bro. Hugging and Stroking you each day, my Friend. AOM

SickoRicko said...

Really great post! I hope you are doing well.