Wednesday, June 10, 2009

'Ain't it good to know . . .'




With each true friendship,
we build more firmly the foundation
on which the peace of the whole world rests.


-- Mahatma Gandhi

































































Image 1 from zbill
Image 2 by carf
Image 3 by Ronai Rocha
Image 4 by MilkaS

11 comments:

david mcmahon said...

Perfect depiction, Kathleen.

jinksy said...

Great quote and photos...

Gaston Studio said...

That is SO true!!

ellen abbott said...

I am by nature a recluse so I must work at maintaining my friendships.

Alex the Girl said...

Like Ellen Abbott, I'm reclusive by nature. I wish I would have tried harder at keeping the friends I've made throughout my life a bit closer to me. This is a melancholy post for me.

~ ennui ~ said...

love this post.....very much along the lines of mine today! great minds...

Grace Albaugh said...

Beautiful post. Love the boys with the sled. Brings back some great memories of my own.

Pyzahn said...

Ah, yes, and as I mentioned earlier, isn't it remarkable the amazing friends we make in the blogosphere. Sweet, sweet.

Kathleen said...

David: Thank you! Glad it struck your fancy

Jinksy: Thanks! Sure was fun to find the right shots for the quote!

Jane: yes, indeed!

Ellen: I think the best friendships are the easiest ones.

Alex: Nothing wrong with being reclusive. Seems to me like every little connection counts, including the cyber ones. That's the part of blogging I never realized would be so rewarding.

~ennui~: Loved your post! . . . think alike! ~;^D

Grace: Aren't those boys cuties? How fun is sledding, with or without dogs!!!

Pyzahn: Amen

Erin Davis said...

Lovely. Last Saturday, we had a graduation party for my son. I looked around and realized that in the past few years, we have made some wonderful friends here in Spokane, and I was filled with gratitude.

Kathleen said...

Erin -- Congratulations to you and your graduate!!!

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