Flowers for support (for Mike, as for Houston) by dochtersions ()
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These are flowers from the garden that I put in the sitting room,
with which I would like to express my sympathy and support, to all the people affected by the flood in Texas.
But also, first of all, the flowers are meant to support Mike (Faemike55) for a quick recovery.
And symbolic as prayers for all who need it.
Thank you very much, dear friends.
Image Comments (12)
Faemike55 () 11:28AM | Tue, 29 August 2017
Thank you very much for this dedication. I am home now and recovering as best as I can
helanker () 2:12PM | Tue, 29 August 2017
A really lovely dedication, Jacomina. You do have gorgeous flowers in your garden :) Wish Mike a speedy recovering :)
Richardphotos () Online Now! 9:31PM | Tue, 29 August 2017
very beautiful dedication. the Houston area has had 40 inches of rain as of yesterday, which is more than half of their normal yearly rainfall. I am so happy that I left Houston back in the early 8-0's
SunriseGirl () 10:14PM | Tue, 29 August 2017
Thank you for expressing the support and sympathy for Mike and for Those affected by the storm and flooding in Texas. I also am with you to express the same. I hope Mike has a quick and complete recovery.
anahata.c () Online Now! 4:11AM | Wed, 30 August 2017
I agree, and send my wishes to Mike for a full recovery. I know it isn't easy, and it will take time for him. I know it isn't fast...I wish him all the healing in the world. And as for Houston, it's a devastation; and I know that those people will need a lot of time to rebuild after what has happened. It's like a war, when that happens. Your dedication is beautiful and heartfelt. And you treated the flowers like a painting, or a tapestry. It has a wonderful texture. And there is a squiggly pattern on the top, which spills onto your tiles. A very active, pulsing piece...which is also serene and peaceful. (This is the kind of flower arrangement that Van Gogh painted---because of its many shapes and angular edges.) Beautiful piece, Jacomina, and a touching dedi. I wish both Mike and the people of Southeast Texas full recovery; with a lot of care and comfort for their journey...