Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Storm Boy


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31 comments:

  1. ....I can see the sand between his toes.....
    Gorgeous photo A-M, my goodness isn't he growing up?

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  2. Isn't he! He is almost my height now.... my baby boy.

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  3. Wow, I was going to say that too, he is looking so grown up. A real Young Man! I hope you're enjoying your time at the coast A-M.
    Jxx

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  4. Beautiful photo. It certainly is a 'Storm Boy' shot.
    Enjoy your time at the coast
    Alison

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  5. The word that springs to mind is profound. Fantastic photo A-M! Enjoy the beach. B.

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  6. Storm Man!...AM he is growing up waaaaay too quickly...look at the size of those feet...hold onto that little boy tight..I already dread my little Jacq being out of nappies and being a big boy and doing No 1's and 2's on his own...Nooooo ; ) xxx

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  7. He looks like he is in deep thought, contemplating what has been happening and the year ahead no doubt. Have a great week at the beach. ;-)

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  8. Beautiful shot! Did you see Mr Percival? :)

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  9. Storm Boy is a beautiful film, incredibly moving which usually means tears on my part.
    Yes I do suspect B is turning the corner into teenagehood A-Me.
    Are you getting any rays of sun on the coast?
    xx

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  10. I have just caught up on all your news. I am so sorry to hear that you were so dramatically effected by the floods. I can't believe you will be without power for another 3 weeks! You are so incredibly patient and calm about all-I am in awe!

    Enjoy this precious time at the coast with your boys and take care of you.

    Best wishes always,
    Natasha.

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  11. Have just had phone and internet reconnected. Yay! We were without power for six days. Going to catch up on your posts now - hope you are all ok x

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  12. Thanks A-M for your comment, it warmed my heart today. I'll send you another letter soon...hand-writing something is so comforting. Take care and much love to you and the boys. Stay strong and stay smiling!

    Andrea

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  13. The calm after the storm..xx

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  14. ...a picture speaks a thousand words...

    What a beautiful image.
    And how grown up is your beautiful boy?!

    Enjoy...
    Cxx

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  15. oh yes, he is a strong, brave, beautiful boy... and wise beyond his years. I am truly blessed to have my gorgeous sons by my side, every day. A-M xx

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  16. That's a lovely photo and he does look very wise and contemplative. Hope this year at school is very exciting with lots of good times and great friends :)

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  17. Staring out at the ocean has magical healing powers I believe! ;-) Glad to see you and the boys are having a little vaca from all you've been through over the past few months!

    Kat :)

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  18. Lovely photo and after the events of recent weeks I'm sure this break is just what was needed. As Kat says, for me the sea always has a calming and healing quality.

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  19. Lovely photo and after the events of recent weeks I'm sure this break is just what was needed. As Kat says, for me the sea always has a calming and healing quality.

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  20. I wonder what is going through his head? I feel such sadness for what the boys have been through, but i'm so glad you have each other, that means more than anything, always thinking of you xx

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  21. How can you use the silly expression 'mother guilt' in the last post & be able to take beautiful photos of your boy like that?? You have zero to feel guilty for, keep embracing moments like this photo. Love Posie

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  22. A-M this photo is quite simply breathtaking.....

    Katie

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  23. Lovely shot A-M, very moody. I really miss QLD! Robx

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  24. The man in the family now! wonder what they think when they do this.... enjoy your break away XXX H

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  25. Oh, A-M, this is just precious. A penny for his thoughts. J x

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  26. A-M , what a mess over there , Ive watched a show from England on the BBC called Wanted Down Under where Brits get a week in AU or NZ to see if they would like to relocate. The program that is on now is from Fall of 2009/10 . Thinking of you and them that chose that area to relocate too :( Glad to know you didnt get any water damage persay in your Apt but your area. Hope it will be cleaned and up and running soon. Best of luck to you and the boys. Julie in Holland :)

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  27. Beautiful capture! Enjoy your time along the shore and squish some extra sand between your toes for me!

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  28. Dear A-M,

    Water is so restorative. I, too (Verandah House), wonder what your son is thinking.

    I hope the ocean is washing away your sorrows and cleansing your soul for your new life to begin.

    P.S. You've got great and handsome guys by your side. Bugs and all!

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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me a comment. I love hearing from you. A-M xx