Hanging With Young People In Forte Dei Marmi, Italy

Published in: on August 25, 2011 at 6:44 pm  Comments (10)  

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  1. What an un Belize-ably beautiful picture of you and the sprouts… 🙂

  2. Che belli! Molto bravo!

  3. glad to see your not all belized out =P

  4. Julia, you do realize that the town has the same name you guys gave to the big church in J’bro? 🙂

  5. Actually Dad, we called the church in J’boro “Fort God” and this place is the Marble Fort, but it’s close. : )

  6. My bad. My rough translation of the town was “Marble Fort of God” which I took just the first two to come up with “Fort God.”

  7. Hey Dad, It’s close! ; )

  8. Great photo! You look wonderful.

  9. So happy to have become a member of your website today. Seems like money is gobbled-up by anything and everything these days, most of which is just about the hectic day-to-day scramble for survival and that which finds little or no place in either the heights or the depths of my consciousness. Thus, it’s nice to be able to steal my soul back, at least in small ways, by breaking off a chunk for something / someone that does touch on those places.

    Thank you for the opportunity to participate. Many blessings.

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  10. Thank You Bill for your ongoing support! You are the best.

    Lots of love and gratitude!


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