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Where is fingerprintwriting?

It has been several weeks since I came on my blog or check the blogs that I follow. I’ve been away too long. I’ve had a few ups and downs in my life – more than I expected. I shall not focus on the downs – life is made up of dual experiences. How can we truly appreciate the goodness and gift of each day if we do not have these dual experiences?

In the future, I will make my posts even if it is just two sentences. I have a lot of catching up to with the blogs I follow.

Here are two lovely photos of a very happy occasion…my nephew’s wedding on October 12th. 



18 thoughts on “Where is fingerprintwriting?

  1. Ah they look so happy and beautiful. I hope all is well and welcome back. Don’t fret too much about catching up–blogging should be fun, not a chore.

  2. So happy to see your post and I came several times to your blog and there was no post. I thought you had gone for a holiday. Thank goodness you are O.K and I love the beautiful photos of your nephew and his wife. A lovely couple. Life is all about ups and downs my friend, if we come out of hard times in one piece, it is great. These ups and downs make us stronger in life. God bless you and I am so happy that you are back. Take care.

    • Samina, thanks for your sweet and kind words. I am moving into the upward spiral:-) When those “downs” come again, I look toward the “ups” and remind myself that this too shall pass. A lovely couple indeed! We’re now eagerly awaiting babies:-)

  3. Indeed – I was wondering where you had gotten to! I am sorry to hear about the ‘downs’ – but as you say they are part of life’s tapestry – we can’t go up if we haven’t been down…. it is not the events in themselves that are so important however – as you well know – it is what we do with them that makes us! Much love and friendship to you as you move into your upwards spiral 🙂 I love those wedding photos – there is nothing to compare with the sheer beauty, colour and exuberance of an Indian wedding! I love those bangles!!

    • Pauline, thanks for your kind and thoughtful words!
      Yes, I am focusing on the upward spiral.
      I agree that Indian weddings are truly beautiful and colorful. My family and I added color to the wedding too:-)

  4. I was so happy to see your post in my e-mail, Elaine. 🙂 Thank you for sharing the beautiful photos from your nephew’s wedding. They look so happy…beautiful couple. Have a wonderful week. xo

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