I like to post a joke, to start someones day off with a smile. Also to write about my family, friends, cooking, hobbies and etc.
thats really nice drawingkeep postingRegards
What a appropriate drawing. It really says it all doesn't it.
Yes, it IS awesome! Thanks for sharing.
Yes it it!Wish i could draw like that.To put my words into picture form.
I'm sure that the hands are of the Pilot himself ... ... We have not seen God - he was the perfect resemblance of the All mighty ... Kudos to the Pilot :)
I like this photo. I have seen it before.
I'm glad you posted this. I thought it said it all! No other way could ALL of those people have ever survived that crash without that plane sinking and them drowning. I had my TV on when they announced it, and just thinking about somebody in that cold water made me shudder....and pray!!!!((( HUGS )))
In response to your comment on my blog...I, too, love the Glenn Miller Story. Wish it was on TV tonight as I would love to watch it again now...it's been a good while since I saw it. Those were really the good old days when we think about it. To listen to music today makes me sick sometimes....so I stick with instrumental or country...none of that rap and hard metal stuff!!! No wonder the kids are the way they are today after listening to the lyrics and cuss words!!!We bought...years and years ago...the entire Stardust Memories set from Reader's Digest, but that was back in 8-track days! Now what do we do with them??? Can't even transfer them to anything as we haven't been able to find an 8-track player, not even at yard sales! We listened to those tapes all the way to FL one year while going on vacation. They were wonderful. My hubby knew more of them than I did...he's 7 years older than me. But he grew up listening to those songs, too. Guess he had a better memory than me! LOL Anyhow, we have always loved Glenn Miller...guess that's why he invited me to go as his guest! I enjoyed that concert more than he will ever know.The band guys were all dressed in RED blazers...it was stunning against the black backdrop! The female vocalist was dressed in black, although the photo on the programs was the opposite. Must have been an older photo. But it weas beautiful!((( HUGS )))
It's a great drawing. That had to have been a miracle. There's just no other way everything happened exactly the way it did in order for everyone to survive otherwise.
hey!very beautiful drawing.do you know the artist? .any way we must admit that the pilot was very brave.he saved hundreds of people in it!!!!
Good to see the whole plane in one piece even after the crash , have seen that on news though, i wish my hubby's plane would have dropped like this also:-).Which actually broke into many pieces.Thanks for all the good comment on my blog, always wanted to thanks you.Regards
Hi Pat,Thanks for stopping by at my blog and writing your opinion on the movie.I agree with you that every country has an underbelly and though, it is shameful but we cannot do anything else except work for a better tomorrow.Read your weather update as well and felt a bit jealous because here, in New Delhi, the weather has started getting warmer since last couple of days. No more foggy mornings or chilly nights for us till the next winter comes in.I personally like winter season more than the summer but have to satisfy ourselves with just a few weeks of chill rather than a full blown winter month or so.Anyways, Keep yourself warm and safe against the snowfall and take care.
What a powerful drawing and a very talented artist. I saw the pilot being interviewed the other night. He is an amazing individual. Thank you for sharing this.
No words are needed! The picture does say it all!
That's beautiful Patty!
Thanks for the visit and I hope that you don't have too much trouble in the cold. I saw on TV that in some parts of the US a lot of snow has fallen and that ice has caused much trouble.
That's a great picture!
I thought that a very beautiful illustration to what really happened. My daughter, grand daughter, son-in-law and his Mom and Pop were right there when that happened, taking off from Newark Airport. They knew nothing off it until they landed here in St. Louis. I watched it on the news and was afraid it was them because I didn't know what airport they took off from. I have seen you on some other blogs I visit, so thought I would come over and say "Hi".
This is very much true!
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