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Grateful for Humour

I am grateful on this day, 
Wednesday 8th December 2010,
for Humour


with kind permission
from 
my love.


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The Assumption of the Virgin - Rubens
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Comments

Paula Scott said…
I thank your love for providing us all with a wide smile and some laughter! So very generous indeed.
Love the Rubens painting of the Assumption too.
Spadoman said…
Well now, after seeing that photo, I feel completely normal, after all, my spousal unit mentioned herself being wrapped in a blue robe in a bath tub!
Yes, the Assumption is celebrated today. Very good to remind us with the portrait you posted. Good stuff!

Peace.
Noelle Renee said…
I adore this photo. I would love to meet him. He seems fabulous! Great toupee! The Rubens is magnificent, so soft, diaphanous and luminescent. Just lovely. Thank you.
xo,
Noelle
rebecca said…
humor.
YES! bring it on!!!! please....

is that a christmas cactus behind your love?
i must say i have NEVER seen one with such huge flowers!

now how's your snow situation?
Jane said…
Humor, the perfect way to relieve stress, and enjoy being snowed-in!

:)
Redondowriter said…
Just like Spadoman, you have a spouse who goes along with your plan. My kind of people--and probably why I'm not married anymore. (But I was for 27 years--that counts, I guess.)

Thanks for the Rubens, too.
Carola Bartz said…
Yes, humour. The world would be very poor without it.

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