sunrise


we slept for the first time at the farm last Sunday
and woke up to a sunrise like no other...


for we planned to live here with dad



who now lives inside our hearts!




11 comments

  1. I have received you letter and found this peaceful place.

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  2. Sorry to hear about your Dad. My condolences to you and your loved ones. Here's to our belief that he really does reside in the hearts and souls of his family and friends, and is in a better place. God Bless you.

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  3. kulasa, girlfriend! nice to see you blogging again!

    such lovely and sesrene place to wake up to every morning! i wish to see and enjoy it one of these days, girl!

    ops, happy halloween and birthday to you, too!

    love you lots girl, love you lots!

    eng

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  4. the dawn has come and i'm happy that you welcome it with optimism. i'm glad to see you smile again. i wish nothing else for your birthday but for you to remain a good friend of mine and that you stay healthy for you to live a long, long life to heal more people and touch lives like you have touched mine. i love you, kulasa!

    big hugs,
    cher

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  5. hi Zen, i am glad to see you back here in blogosphere. i also admire you for the strength and positivism you are modeling for us on how to take a loss. it's indeed a new day Zen, that starts with beautiful sunrise as peaceful and as inspiring as your images. miss you Zen, glad to see you back.

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  6. You are Kulasa, you are Zen.

    And today is Sunday, is a special day to you that I have learned from Salitype.

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  7. Dear Kulasa, how wonderful to see you blogging again! Nice to have you back, girl! And what better post than a sunrise. A beautiful, refreshing sunrise signaling a beginning, a fresh new start! Warm welcome dear friend!

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  8. eternal peace for your dearest one...

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  9. Dear, my belated Condolence for the loss of a dear loved one.

    Not long ago, we interred a very special person in our life. He's not even a blood relation but a spiritual guide and friend of ours. His death did blow our spirit. Being a Filipina, I could not do away crying in the funeral service. Tears for special people who made special impact in our lives.

    May your Dad now find solace in the care of the Lord. And so is his family who are left behind.
    My sympathy for the whole family.

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  10. I am honored to see that you are following me and I stopped by your blog. How very sad to read of the death of your beloved father. I understand how difficult this must be for you and your family and send my prayers and condolences at this time of Thanksgiving. Your photos of the farm and the sunrise are just beautiful. May it be a place of healing for all of you.

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