bless you, hilary.
I love how Blogger families support each other in times like this. Beautiful this is perfect.
Bless our blog pal Katehttp://comfortspiral.blogspot.com/2013/09/for-kate.html
I think we all have been affected by the pain and suffering caused by cancer.
This is beautiful and perfect!HugsSueAnn
may she appreciate the light breaking through the clouds...
I did not know Kate, but obviously a lot of reader did and love her. she must be very special.
Wow to that picture, it is lovely.
I also did not know Kate but all of our lives are connected and the pain of losing a loved one is universal. I hope Kate can find peace and move on knowing that her husband's spirit is with her always.
A peaceful shot and a thoughtful gesture.
another perfectly lovely gesture
It's a beautiful idea and I left a comment on Karen's blog. Even though I don't know her or the person who lost her husband, I feel that we are united somehow on cyberspace. That's a beautiful photo.Greetings from London.
Great angle,very nice virgo
I don't know your friend but your photo is a beautiful tribute. I can feel the peace just looking at it.
Just a lovely gift.
A perfect uplifting image.
I don't know Kate, but the image you chose for her is absolutely stunning.
I don't know Kate but your post was so filled with kindness and love that I clicked over, read a bit, and was inspired to join you. Thank you, Hilary, for being a link in the chain of kindness and love.
I don't know Kate, but I went to her blog because of your kind and lovely post for her. Love,Jackie
Glorious clouds shot!
I offered my words. Your photo is eloquent.
I didn't know her, but she seems a very dear person. My heart goes out to her. Your photo will certain bring a measure of peace; it's heavenly.
Your kindness is a gift, Hilary!
My sympathies to Kate and her family. Beautiful photo, Hilary.
This is beautiful, Hilary.
Sweet Lady, thanks for lifting up this blogger. How beautiful.
this is incredibly beautiful, hilary!big hugs!
i don't know kate but i wish her comfort in this time of terrible sadness. what a glorious photo, what a lovely gift.
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