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Unspoken Miracle (For scifibabe)

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This is for my friend Lori, also known as (scifibabe). She is a very close friend and one of the nicest people I've ever met. Lori does super work in Poser and Mixed Medium and her gallery is a must. My personal favorites are her paintings as she truly has a talent for bringing those images to life. Several times when I have been a bit sad Lori has made me feel better with her sense of humor and this is my humble way of saying thanks. Lori shared many great stories with me that I loved. This story stood out the most because it shows how people from different cultures can unite. Hope for smiles,
Dave

Unspoken Miracle (For scifibabe): Lori and her Mom would vacation each year to Huntington Beach South Carolina to enjoy the beaches. Late one day they were heading back to their camper and decided to go back through the beach. They saw something moving about in the sand but couldn't tell what it was. As they approached Lori was excited to see it was a large sea turtle thrashing about. A couple vacationing from France arrived and watched the turtle with them. Then a couple from Germany stopped to watch the turtle also. Suddenly the Momma turtle began laying her eggs and everyone witnessed this small miracle. It didn't matter that none of the people in his little group could understand each other. All that mattered was they shared in this unspoken miracle of birth, and for these few moments had something wonderful in common. After she finished the Momma turtle covered her eggs in the sand and went back into the water. She was able to bring people together without saying a word.

P.S. Please be patient with me as I hurt my hand and it is hard to type so it will take me a while to thank everyone :)
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Oct 22, 2008 10:15:24 pm
French: C'est pour mon ami Lori, aussi connu comme (scifibabe). Elle est un très bon ami et un des gens les plus agréables que je rencontrais jamais . Lori fait le travail formidable dans le Poseur et le Médium Mélangé et sa galerie est le fait de devoir. Mes préférés personnels sont ses peintures comme elle a vraiment un talent pour apporter ces images à la vie. Plusieurs fois quand j'ai été un peu de Lori triste m'a fait se sentir mieux avec son sens de l'humour et c'est ma façon humble de dire merci. Lori a partagé beaucoup de grandes histoires avec moi que j'ai aimé. Cette histoire est ressortie la plus parce qu'il montre comment les gens de différentes cultures peuvent s'unir. Espoir des sourires,
Dave

Le Miracle Non prononcé (Pour scifibabe) : Lori et sa Maman passeraient des vacances chaque année à la Plage Huntington Caroline du Sud pour apprécier les plages. En retard un jour ils se dirigeaient en arrière à leur campeur et ont décidé de retourner par la plage. Ils ont vu quelque chose déplacer dans le sable, mais ne pouvaient pas dire quel il était. Comme ils se sont approchés Lori a été excité pour voir que c'était une grande tortue marine se débattant. La paire passant des vacances de la France est arrivée et a regardé la tortue avec eux. Alors la paire de l'Allemagne s'est arrêtée pour regarder la tortue aussi. Subitement la tortue de Maman a commencé à poser ses oeufs et chacun a été témoin de ce petit miracle. Il n'a pas eu d'importance qu'aucun des gens dans son petit groupe ne pourrait se comprendre. Tout ce qui a importé était ils ont partagé dans ce miracle non prononcé de naissance et depuis quelques ces moments avait quelque chose de magnifique en commun. Après qu'elle a fini la tortue de Maman a couvert ses oeufs dans le sable et est retournée dans l'eau. Elle était capable de réunir les gens sans dire un mot.

by magnus073 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:15:37 pm
Spanish: Este es para mi amigo Lori, también conocido como (scifibabe). Ella es un muy amigo íntimo y una de la gente más agradable que he encontrado alguna vez. Lori hace el trabajo súper en Pregunta difícil y Medio Variado y su galería es deber. Mis favoritos personales son sus pinturas cuando ella realmente tiene un talento para traer aquellas imágenes a la vida. Varias veces cuando he sido Lori un poco triste me han hecho sentirse mejores con su sentido del humor y este es mi modo humilde de decir gracias. Lori compartió muchas grandes historias conmigo que amé. Esta historia se destacó la más porque esto muestra como la gente de culturas diferentes puede unirse. Esperanza para sonrisas,
Dave

Milagro Tácito (Para scifibabe): el Lori y su Mamá vacaciones cada año a la Playa Huntington Carolina del Sur para disfrutar de las playas. Tarde un día ellos se dirigían atrás a su campista y decidieron volver por la playa. Ellos vieron algo trasladar en la arena, pero no podían decir cual era. Cuando ellos se acercaron Lori estuvo excitado para ver que era una tortuga de mar grande revolcarse. Una pareja de vacaciones de Francia llegó y miró a la tortuga con ellos. Entonces una pareja de Alemania se paró para mirar a la tortuga también. De repente la tortuga de Mamá comenzó a poner sus huevos y cada uno atestiguó este pequeño milagro. Esto no importó que ninguna de la gente en su pequeño grupo podría entender el uno al otro. Todo que importó era ellos compartieron en este milagro tácito del nacimiento, y durante estos pocos momentos tenía algo maravilloso en común. Después de que ella terminó la tortuga de Mamá cubrió sus huevos en la arena y volvió en el agua. Ella era capaz de juntar a la gente sin decir una palabra.

Portugese: Isto é para o meu amigo Lori, também conhecido como (scifibabe). Ela é um amigo muito fechado e uma da gente mais bonita que encontrei alguma vez. Lori faz o trabalho super em Pergunta Embaraçada e Meio Variado e a sua galeria é dever. Os meus favoritos pessoais são as suas pinturas como ela realmente tem um talento para trazer aquelas imagens à vida. Várias vezes quando fui Lori um bocado triste fizeram-me sentir-se melhores com o seu sentido do humor e isto é o meu modo humilde de dizer agradecimentos. Lori compartilhou muitas grandes histórias comigo que amei. Esta história destacou-se a mais porque ele mostra como a gente de culturas diferentes pode unir-se. Esperança de sorrisos,
Dave

Milagre Não dito (para scifibabe): o Lori e a sua Mamãe fariam férias cada ano à Praia Huntington a Carolina do Sul para gostar das praias. Tarde um dia eles encabeçavam atrás ao seu campista e decidiram voltar pela praia. Eles viram algo deslocar na areia mas não podem dizer que foi. Como eles aproximaram-se Lori foi excitado para ver que foi uma grande tartaruga marítima do mar se debater. Um par que faz férias da França chegou e olhou a tartaruga marítima com eles. Então um par da Alemanha deixou de olhar a tartaruga marítima também. Repentinamente a tartaruga marítima de Mamãe começou a pôr os seus ovos e todo o mundo testemunhou este pequeno milagre. Ele não importou que nenhuma da gente no seu pequeno grupo pode entender um a outro. Todo que importou foi eles compartilharam neste milagre não dito do nascimento, e durante esses poucos momentos teve algo maravilhoso em comum. Depois que ela terminou a tartaruga marítima de Mamãe cobriu os seus ovos na areia e voltou na água. Ela foi capaz de reconciliar a gente sem dizer uma palavra.

by magnus073 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:21:28 pm
Ohh this is to cool...I've always found it so amazing how animals take care of their young in such different yet ALWAYS effective ways!

Great job with the post and you are so right! Very awesome "Unspoken Miracle" :-)

by Rainastorm Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:24:18 pm
Excellent story and beautiful render.

by Carioca Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:26:56 pm
Beautiful work!

by shadownet Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:28:21 pm
Wonderful work, Dave.
A fantastic scenario. Lots of posing work here.
A great way of depicting Lori's childhood memory too.
Great dedication for your good friend.
Masterly accomplished.

by LBJ2 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:32:44 pm
Fantastic image, Dave! Very lovely dedication, too!

by lunchlady Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:34:54 pm
wow! now if we could only have Sea turtles running the foreign affairs of the world for the governments, world might run much smoother!


Great Work Dave sorry about the hand!

by lorddarkwolf Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:37:57 pm
There are certain thing that can bring different people together, despite certain barriers, such as language or culture. Something like this is a perfect example of that.

by Revelation-23 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:38:09 pm
Dave this is awesome! The image, is fantastic and once again the expressions are priceless! And, the story always draws a person right in! Great work! Sorry to hear about your hand! Hugs!!

by pennykay Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:39:32 pm
oH WOW!! baby This is really wonderful scene love those turtle and eggs,i think this is your best love it, great story and nice dedi to your friend and im pretty sure she will love this image ...love you baby

by Minda Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:52:00 pm
This is a fabulous creation,Dave!

by blankfrancine Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:54:59 pm
Excellent!

by DarkStormCrow Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:56:46 pm
This is a fantastic story and another wonderful image that has brightened my day. I look forward to your work and race to see it. Splendidly done!!! I hope you hands feels better soon.

by amota99517 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:57:06 pm
Very cute scene, well done, dear Dave :))))

by Hexekati Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:58:46 pm
How did I miss this? This is wonderful, funny thing and you always somehow do this but my lesson for my First grader's science class was on sea turtles! Is this a coincidence? I just read the book Tiny that is about a sea turtles struggle through her life cycle and ends up back on the beach where she was born to lay her eggs. Great image Dave! I love it. BTW super dedi too!

by julesart Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 10:59:55 pm
Beautiful story and wonderful work.

by ledwolorz Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:14:16 pm
Great image Dave. Just hope the girl didn't get as close as the image seems to imply. Major rule of Safety: Never get to close to a mother in delivery. She will bite your head off or anything she can reach..lol. Anyway, very cool concept and observation on how a bit of mother nature can bring folks together of diverse backgrounds. Bravo and best wishes from Dave :^)

by davidoblad Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:22:42 pm
A very touching image and story Dave.

There is a universal language that we humans understand but speak so rarely. It is heard often in our hearts but seldom from our lips. It's so prevalent in our prayers but often lacking in our deeds. The sound is soft and comforting if we would only listen.

Don

by IDonn0 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:29:17 pm
Wonderful story and nice portrayal of it :)

I hope your heand is better aoon.

by dragonmuse Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:33:22 pm
fantastic scenery,very well posed and lights and the lot.
It inspires me to see good work.
Story all well set my friend.
greets to you
a fav and a5+

by renecyberdoc Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:33:59 pm
Great image dedicated to a wonderful artist and person. Wonderful telling of the story and the art to bring it to life.
Well done and Faved
Hope your hand gets better soon

by Faemike55 Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:37:44 pm
QUERIDO AMIGO DAVE ,MUY BELLA ESCENA Y TRABAJO ARTÍSTICO ASOMBROSO !!!!!!

by SSoffia Homepage »

Oct 22, 2008 11:58:27 pm
Absolutely beautiful work, Dave, as always. Such a sweet and touching image! And a beautiful dedication to a wonderful artist.

I do hope your hand feels better soon! I understand how devistating that can be for any artist or writter - and you fill both roles, exceptionally well.

by Iceshark39 Homepage »

Oct 23, 2008 12:08:34 am
Good work! I like this pic!

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