Looking over your paintings and webby blog
Interesting, you remind me a lot of my uncle, he was always very
artistic also. Can I ask you if your left handed also? Just wondering.
I liked your vacation to the Red Sea, I didn't think the water was that
clear to tell you the truth. That part surprised me.
Jerusalem, hum. ages old....sages old, always changing, but where are
they going?...From whence they have aready gone.
It's my understanding that the temple blocks were placed so tightly
that no spear could work an hole in them, guards were placed on the
top of the entry way, which was so small they could easily "spear"
any invader of their day. Even then security was important to them.
Have you ever heard the song..."One tin soldier" it was around in the
70's...it would be interesting what kind of an picture you'd come up
War is something the American people don't understand these days,
they have never lived in such conditions beyond the pioneer era.
Yes, World Wars, but that was the men that went to that. War si all sexes of all ages...and one reason why I supported the United Nations
"Children's Agenda"..kind of an "freedom of rights" for kids. My
mother often told me about WWII though in the way things were, how
my grandmother use to make rubber soles for shoes out of old car
tires if they could find them. How "movies" to them was an make believe
and glamourous world of their day. Everyone wanted to be an movie
star back then. Nylon was so hard to get ahold of.
I think those "bombs" must make life an real insecure from day to day.
The students here at a local college in memorial put out on the lawn
a white flag for every 6 Iraqi's killed and an red flag for every three
solidiers killed so far and it was flowing "forever" to look at them in the
distance, seemed like no end in ways. It really struck into an person's
mind how many are dying every day over there.
Just some thoughts on your web site. Hope you don't mind. K.