Resurrection

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    1. Carol, could you go right to my blog? I made a post change because when I edited this picture last night I was very tired and so did not completely edited it to my specifications. I did this morning and changed pictures. You have to see my Daffodil. 🙂 You won’t regret it. Let me know if you can see it, please. ❤

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      1. Carol, there should be a second email notification in your inbox that will take you to the new photograph. Are you following me by email? Sorry about the inconvenience. Or if you go to my blog, go first to the HOME page and then click on my new post, my picture you will see. I HOPE. ❤

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    1. Happy Easter, Dan! Spring has so much that shows the Resurrection if people would just stop to realize it. I’m in amazement at what my eyes see. I’m sure yours are as well. My words today were on the “heavy side” yet this day to me is to be Lived and Celebrated each and every day, not just today. And so I wrote or rather I HEARD what I did. I had to look up “Sheol” to make sure I spelled it right and that it really was a word. 🙂 (((HUGS))) Amy ❤

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    1. Oh no!!! Really? You are the second person who told me this. Are you working through emails? I edited this post, Monica, so there will be a NEW email from me later from the first post. If you find that one, it will show the new photograph. Sorry about that. I was not fully awake when I edited this image last evening and then this morning I saw what it needed after I posted it (of course!) Let me know if that works. OR, go straight to my blog. First go to the general HOME page and from there go to my latest post. That should work as well. (((HUGS))) Amy ❤

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    1. I know why, Erika. I had written other words to post. But, in the editing processing I began to hear words which I wrote down. Sheol. I wasn’t even sure what that word meant or how to spell it properly. These words are directly from “Spirit”, my friend, and that is why you got goosebumps. Yes this post is powerful photo and words together. I couldn’t take my eyes off this post before it was published. I was just stunned! (((HUGS))) Amy ❤

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  1. Yes Spring is a renewal of life. Certainly life will renew within us all as well… Profound! Your Macro shots are spot on! Interestingly, Easter always falls on the first full moon in April, refered to as Nissan, followed by the number of the day the first full moon falls on. Eg: Nissan 14.

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    1. You are SO welcome, Robin! As for that young girl with the cat next to her (right?) I haven’t seen her yet because she is waiting for the temperatures to get a wee bit warmer before she lays down on that grass. 😉 (((HUGS))) Amy ❤

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