The above drawing is what gratitude represents to me. Today more than any other day I am truly grateful. My son and his family, other family members and friends are safe and sound from the destruction left behind by Hurricane Irma.
My deepest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives during this monster storm. I hope you are able to recover from your material losses. I pray you can rebuild your homes. Keep the faith. This too shall pass.
My gratitude is a never ending cycle of love.
My gratitude sounds like cellos and arias as only Luciano could sing them.
My gratitude can fill the largest stadium with roses.
My gratitude stretches across the universe.
My gratitude is as great as all the stars shining bright at night.
My gratitude cannot be photographed, painted, sculpted, written, expressed in any way. It is unique.
My gratitude speaks all languages.
My gratitude transcends all faiths and ways of worship.
My gratitude is explicit and implicit.
My gratitude is full of love.
Hi Melba. I can only agree with you. Too many tornados are they natural or is there a more sinister answer? Many thanks for liking “Empty!” Peace and Best Wishes. #TheFoureyedPoet.
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