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July 14, 2009


Marianne @ Zen Peacekeeping

Yeah! Take a sledgehammer to that worn-out old cliche. Words can express so very, very much. You are clearing the path, I'm grateful to be able to walk alongside you. x


I'm excited to read what comes seeping forth over the edge of your cup's rim, sweet. Keep it comin'!


it is your job and you do it so well.
can't wait to feel more of your writing.



You constantly blow me away with your writing...so beautiful! xoxo


...I think too there is a sensuality, when words can't express. And there is a very distinct sensuality in what Bruno wrote...so human, so lush...thank you for this!

shell (wildflower Studio)

You are so talented, and I can't believe this is my first visit here. I just scrolled down and read a few posts, so many great posts!
Come have a visit over at my blog if you ever get a chance,I'd love to have you :)
Be well,

Carolyn | A Beautiful Ripple Effect

Your words hold an incredibly unique power to not only leave readers saying, "Yes, I see," but to also believe that we can embrace the unknown and say, "Yes, I can." Your writing changes lives - my own included. Thank you for all the wonderful inspiring gifts you send out into the world :).

Grace Moore

hmmm and all this time I thought you were here on earth as one of my living, breathing gaurdian angels - lol
your writing already blesses and inspires me. I look forward to what is coming next.


Oh, my gosh...that description...I could see it all. The picture just as colorful as described. You are right about it being our job to find the words and help our readers see. I am so glad I read this today. As I start a new adventure, I want there to be more power and meaning behind my words, not just a bunch of fluff or using the excuse, "Words can not describe it." Yes, words can.

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