This man knows how to stay in the "Now".Be well.
That's so lovely! xx
me like like like likeagneta
Yes it would! I was going to say the other night-has your Mum been to the Fens? They are very flat but I am not sure they are like the prairies. Scotland is beautiful.x
Somehow this lovely shot reminds me of the one with the girl dropping a bloom into the end of a National Guardsman's rifle in the sixties. Hopeful.Hugs, B
That's one cool photo! I laughed this morning when they asked him on NPR what his daughters said about him winning the Nobel Prize for Peace. He replied, "They said it was great, then that it was the dog's birthday today and they were excited about having a 3-day weekend." LOL! Nothing like kids to keep you grounded. Blessings, sweet Renee!
I love that man so much! I love you too.xoxox
perfect. past the field of doubt and gloom, even past right and wrong, you get it!tsup on the lips!
Oh, my God, Renee! Where did you find that photo? It brings tears to my eyes. I love that man. And I love you.XOXOXOXOXOand lots of hugs,(I hope you are well)Angela
precious peace.xox k
Very sweet, XXOO Marie Antionette
That is so sweet! The scope between greatness and itty-bitty(ness) is awesome.....great contrast.
That picture is just too lovely... We know the world is in the right hands when its leader will make fairy wishes. Such gentle kindness...
Oh that is just the most amazing shot. Happy Fall Saturday hon!! Hope all is well with you! Do you feel my gentle hug today!! Sending them to you darling!!Love, Sarah
I love this silence. Thanks, Renee!
Such a beautiful picture! Thank you Renee!
AAAAACK! Where is my emesis basis! I have to come back tomorrow. OMG! I am going to vomit!
.........in the moment. Thank you for the reminder!
I love you too lady :)xxxx
I love this! What a great picture.
GAH! that is so cute.i just wish he would fix everything wrong in the usa and FAST. ugh. such a tough job and so much to do. i hope he is going to be ok!
It is isn't it?? The twinkle in her eyes and the smile. She is a gift of love.I love you too.
Some times silence speaks so much louder than words can. The look of love and joy in that child's face could fill a tome about learning to share the fragility of a dandelion or that of our own imagined safety when we were children. I feel like that child now. The world is a bit safer because he is here. Thank you love, I stole the photo to keep it around. Just love it and you.
Rene, you are loved by all your readers, including myself! :)C'est une amie gentille.
yup, that's what it's all about..sigh.
Ohhhhh! So cute!
The more I see of this man, the more I like him . . I just wish he'd crack on an chalk a victory . . health care would be a good start! Haha . . I knew Ces would hate it, there's no converting her!
I hope with everything that I am that that moment was real and not staged. Oh please, let it be so.(What's up with cynical me?)xoerin
Aww, so sweet. Can you imagine GWB doing that? Ha!
Yes, our man, the Prince of Peace.I Love you Mr. President.thank you dear Renee, I love you too.
i love this renee...
Thanks for that sweet picture.
i know it's wrong but i just love him so much....don't tell my husband 'kay?
Gotta tell you this is AWESOME!!
hee heeee Rocket Dog is extremely grateful for the biscuit, because he was dog tired at that point!!!Ax
Thanks for reminding me to simply be! :)
I hope he's wishing for world peace!
What a fabulous shot of this great man! Faith, hope, peace......Fairy wishes!Love and hugs!
HAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA! You sure know how to push Ces's buttons. xoxoxo
kodak moment for sure!xoxoTrace
Real, staged, or whatever -- it makes me happy!Thanks for posting this -- very provocative for simple photo, eh?
Yhe photo says it all...that is the true magic of real life.
That is a beautiful photo. XO
I wonder what he wished for...hope it comes true...blowing a kiss to you honey...
"If you're a good boy, Mr President, I'll give you a biscuit".Greetings from London.
Great pic, Renee! The little kid is just adorable. :) I like that he likes kids. I know it has little to do with world politics, etc. but I don't care. It speaks to something bigger than that. :) Love you - xoxo Pam
It's hard to see which one is enjoying that moment more ... and that's just the way it should be. Renee, sorry I have been so absent of late, my prayers continue daily despite my lack of presence here and elsewhere in "blog-land". I will try to catch up now on what I've missed with you. Lots of love xx Jos
Says it all, doesn't it. (What is it about blowing bubbles that makes one feels so.........so.....happy? Is it the way they catch the light as they float so languidly, so silently and gracefully into the air?)I'm not entirely certain what it is that this wonderful man has done to win the Nobel Peace Prize, but I'm sure he will - if you see what I mean.
Renee - as my 80 year old ma said to me yesterday, "They should hand it to him for giving hope back to the world." Amen to that, sista! xoxo Pam
oh lovely! cute and lovely! sweet too...where did they get the child to do that???^^ I'm being silly haha...but I like. xxxooooxxxoooSassy.
Renee-ok, I'm gonna get pasted for this, but...What if this had been George W in the pic? I hate to see people woozie over a pic of a politician in a tender moment. I'm not a bushie and definetly not a republican but I don't trust any of the scoundrels. I would prefer just a random pic of Bob Smith down the lane with his daughter. Damn I wish I could just play along and oooh and ahhh. Ouch! who threw that?? ~rick
Awee, that is sweet.I hope that you are enjoying your weekend.HugsCarolyn xo
There are some around me who are disappointed in him, but I think winning the Nobel Peace Prize is for his inspiration. He gives us all hope.
Well...it's a precious picture but it is a politician with a baby. Don't get me wrong...I like him but he is a politician and it is staged. But it does feel good.
How sweet and tender. God bless President Obama and God bless you!
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