Monday, June 07, 2010

Family Fun Run #2

After the Family Fun Run was completed, three friends pose together before they ran off to picnic and play games. A great way to end the school year!  Wishful thinking, but wouldn't it be wonderful if the different cultures of the world and nations embraced one another as these three girls do? Perhaps there's hope?

(Blogger has held some of us hostage for a few days, but I'm back posting again!)

18 comments:

  1. beaux portraits et j'adore ce mélange ethnique , cela ressemble beaucoup à Evry.

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  2. Three smiling, beautiful faces. It does give me hope.

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  3. great way to end school and start summer and stay healthy. I had the same blogger problems.

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  4. I agree with Teresa. Welcome back!

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  5. Hope for the youth, but not for the adults, I fear.

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  6. Your words are so right and we all hope they will be true some day.
    Those children are showing a way to us!
    Your granddaughter is so lovely!

    I am back in blogger after playing with other programs :)

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  7. I couldn't agree more!

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  8. A very sweet photo!! They all have beautiful smiles.

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  9. Wonderful photo, pertinent, thoughtful text. Thanks. I also enjoyed browsing your recent posts.

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  10. There is always hope with our beautiful children!!!

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  11. Wonderful portrait!

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  12. Beautiful! Kids would be fine I think except they get poisoned by their parents and the toxic beliefs they champion.

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  13. O sp agree with your sentiments, Kate. What a charming photo of three friends.

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  14. A very nice portrait!

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  15. Lovely! This could be a campaign of 'United Colours of Benetton' (I think you have it in the States too)! :-)

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  16. Lovely portrait of three beautiful ladies. Looks like they were really enjoying themselves (and got free t-shirts!).
    Your image makes me a little homesick for Berkeley and the Bay Area where we raised our daughter and whose friendships were like this. Here in Seattle there are only sections of the city where the whole world seems to meet. Glad St. Paul is one of those places where we all touch boarders at close range.
    -Kim

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  17. Look at them go! What fun for us to see them having such fun. Great action captures, too!
    -Kim

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  18. Wishful thinking is a wonderful beginning and without it change and ideas don't come to fruition. Wonderful friendship and acceptance portrayed in this photo. May they continue in this vein and spread their love!

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