Friday, April 4, 2014

A free spirit

A small free spirit
Wonder what her future holds?
Enjoy freedom now!


Since 1996 April has been designated as National Poetry Month.  Get involved: put a poem in your pocket!!

April 4, 2014, St. Paul, MN.  Does anyone wonder why we spend winter months in Santa Fe?
But, April?!  This is ridiculous!!












15 comments:

  1. A lovely statue, so full of life!

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  2. What does her future hold? Probably lots of responsibility that supposes the youthful exuberance of the posture captured in the statue.

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  3. Instead of: Whatever will be will be....I always liked: What ever will be...is up to me.

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  4. The statue is vibrant! I love it. It represents possibilities, and is in direct contradiction to what many of our politicos would wish women to be today!

    Don't love the snow. Go away snow!

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  5. A fine sculpture. The young lady seems to reaching for the heavens proclaiming her spirit of freedom and it's future!

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  6. Gorgeous statue, wonderful mood to it.
    Four more inches of snow? I'd be packing the car for a return trip to Santa Fe if I were you...Enough is enough, really!

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  7. What a lovely sculpture. I used to live in Flagstaff, AZ, which is the same elevation as Santa Fe, and one of the worst blizzards we had in the seven years I lived there was on April 1!

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  8. oh my!! It isn't unusual for us to get snow in April but not quite that much. This year we had mostly bitter cold. I'm glad it is over.

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  9. Ah, yes, I see the similarity to the girl in my sunset photo. (Mine was also young . . . she had made that gesture for an iPhone photo her mother was making, and when she finished I gave her some hand signals asking her to do the same thing further to her right . . . nice kid obliged.)

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  10. The statue is wonderful Kate, so carefree. As for the snow, well I'm sure it's beyond a joke now, enough is enough oui :)
    p.s. my first grandchild is now officially one week late, I just hope she arrives before we get there on Thursday :)

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