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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Don't Be Fooled


Does this not melt your heart?
Such sweet sisters on a stroll home from school.

But do not be deceived, my friends....



Here's hoping for a better tomorrow!
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12 comments:

  1. Oh, my...what isn't usually captured in a photo, right?!

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  2. Oh BUMMER...funny how we really never know another persons "story" unless we listen to them and what is going on. I hope they are all in better spirits today. I hope Ivy at least wasn't milking a physical ailment or a sad heart on the walk.

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  3. Oh wow! Looks so sweet from behind. Hope today is better!

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  4. That is just the best! That goes to show that everything is not always what it looks like on the outside. Better days ahead!

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  5. I love the behind the scenes take on this seemingly sweet walk. lol

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  6. Isn't Motherhood awesome! Even the hard moments are beautiful to me and full of possible memories in the making. Even though I do NOT like going through tough mom moments, I think it makes one a better person. Hugs to you.

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  7. Ah yes! Things aren't always what they seem, eh? :)

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  8. How funny! (Not the yucky stuff!) Just funny that I looked at the first photo, feeling a little envious of you. You surely are walking behind these precious girls smiling with a warm heart...a beautiful day, nice walk (we are in several inches of snow - no walky walk here!), loving sisters...ahh! Sometimes its nice to look back on days like these with nothing more than the first picture :)

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