View of My Little Corner
you've very nice corner Kathleen...
beautiful note with strong shot...
thank you for all beautiful thing that share with us....
you're very kind person....
You share a part of your life with us Kat. A sad part of your life. Also you show us a happy corner of your home where you feel safe and loved. Now I can imagine you sitting here preparing all those little heart logos for us, and writing such interesting notes. You have a very nice office. I admire that 8x10 photo of a beautiful lady on your desk. I see you like to chew gum. Very nice colourful and happy scene.
A very warm touching story. I am always amazed at how often "places", "things", or "objects" take on both positive and negative energy. It is Yin and Yang. TFS, B
Wow Kat, what a heart touching story. I really appreciate you sharing such a beautiful and yet painful memory and tribute of your parents and the family station/store. The memorabilia is interesting to me also.
It's indeed, a "little corner" where you always talk about.... and dominated by this fantastic Gulf-sign and others, that's really nice, not expected from you.
I thought, we get an explanation about your corner, but now we know your whole life:-))
also a tragical part, I'm sorry for this....
From now on, I know "where" you are, when you are with us and that's good, dear friend.
Thank you Kat for showing us your corner of the world and also into your heart. It is a very tragic loss to lose both parents, especially in such a senseless way. It is good that you have the wonderful memories to look back on also of your beloved parents loving you and guiding you through life. They are still with you in your own being.
Your corner looks cosy and full of memorobilia. The photos, the sign and the other small objects personalize your space. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for both the photo & the note. It was wonderful to see your little corner. Thanks for sharing this with us!!
It's a very sharp concentration of details and reference.... The picture with the bal dress was probably you... Charmed.... I incline myself.... Like we are suppose to salute the classy girl :o) It's very nice view!
thanks for sharing your story, kathleen.. very touching and this photo is full with meanings and memories..
Thanks for sharing a very personal story with us. We tend to forget the tragedies that can happen in life. And how these tragedies shape our lives. They make us stronger. We see how fragile and unpredictable life is, so we begin to cherish it more. We learn to love more and hate less. We get up early to see the sun rise and then take the time to stop and watch it set. We turn a wallflower of a weed into a work of beauty. Youve touched many lives with your words and photos, Kathleen. Youve certainly touched mine.
Words fail me - very courageous note.
Kat, I just read your note and for once I am at a loss for words. It is lovely to see your little corner of the world, but your story shook me. But do you know that you write so well? This is not the first time that one of your stories has touched me deeply. Really to the point where I can't comment too much on the photo. Sorry about that. But I will put it into a theme geroup of mine, since I consider this your office.
Nice shot of your little corner Kat. The note is very touching and a excellent birthday gift for TL.
- gazo (516)
- [2005-03-30 21:52]
... I'm touched!
Thank you for sharing that. It's very personal.
- naturegirl (2022)
- [2005-03-31 4:10]
Oh, Kat...what a very touching story...thank you for sharing it with us. With each picture you post and story you tell I feel a closer bond to you. You have allowed us into your home, and now your heart... you are truly a treasure on this site...and I know that many feel the same way about you. You are a great photographer, and a wonderful caring person. I am a better person for knowing you.
Take care my friend,
Merhaba Kathleen...I like your corner's design...It includes all necessitates...:)) Paylaşımın için teşekkürler...
- DigiSpy (810)
- [2005-04-02 1:02]
I saw your photo days ago, did not have time to comment.
When I saw your photo and red your note I fell silent. I had to return.
I think this photo is a view in your hart. It's full of memmories and things in progress right now. So very personal, I did not think of the impact this SH-item has when I suggested it in the forum. I think it has become one of the strongest parts of the hunt. It's so nice to browse through the various postings.
Your posting reaches to the top, your room is a sort of view on you. Your note adds. How sorry I am to read about your parents, what to say... well look me in the eye if you want, could, and I'll tell you, without words.
See you Kat, Richard
When I saw your office corner, I told to myself her husband owned a garage and is a real Car guy ! After reading your note, I was speachless. I understand now how precious these memories are. You are definitely a courageous woman.
Life is fragile. We realize it sometimes in the most cruel ways. Loosing a parent , a close friend , or co-worker is a very unpleasant moment.
This is an heartbreaking story. But it is also a great lesson of courage.
Thanks for sharing it.