Even fall recognizes red as a power color
Oh, thats beautiful!!!!!!!Kell
Beautiful...stunning! Christy http://journals.aol.com/my3gifts/TalesfromtheFrontandtheonesleftB/http://journals.aol.com/my3gifts/ChristysThoughts/
That's the beauty of nature beyond belief....breathtaking...Sandi http://journals.aol.com/sdoscher458/LifeIsFullOfSurprises
I will never question red's status as a power color again. That's something. Love it!
WOW, AND DOUBLE WOW! You have a knack for finding show stoppers don't you. Keep up the good work.Marlene-PurelyPoetryhttp://journals.aol.com/mkolasa101/PurelyPoetry
WOW!!!*** Coy ***
The tree looks artificial. I'm wondering what kind it is. I've never seen one like it. Paula
wow! that is gorgeous!
I have just entered your bloggness' blog. You have some unusal ways of putting things. Me being only of heritage of "BROWN" hair's (lol) I've always admired the way RED's have carried themsevles. Hopefully you'll be back soon to read this.Of course it has been a while I see...but you must not let that aol spam go unnoticed...good for you.I am a (34)yr. old, and haven't been on computers that much, but, I will (hopefully) be able to locate you. You are a very soothing person to lift my spirit's, and for me to learn. THANXmas & HAPPY FUTURE TRAILS NEW FAN- nervousgemini_y@.... (almostEVERYwhereJUSTlikeU).COM IT'S NOT ACUALLY THAT ADDRESS... THO I AM AT AOL-AS WELL NO OFFENCE..BUT YOU SURE DON'T SLOW MY PASSION FOR RED HEAD'S YOU ENFLAME ME AS WELL... YOUR VERY PRETTY! ^^
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