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July 19, 2010

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Some might call me crazy but me, myself and I keep telling my soul who is the child of God The Father, my spirit who is the child of The Holy Spirit and all my body cells who are owners of my flesh, bones and blood that someday we'll be able to walk in the footsteps of any saint during Eternity, that we so choose, if that's our will to do so cause we're all made in The Image of God. Art we not? During my first century while in spiritual pre-kinder garden with God's Angels, I think I'll just take "IT" easy and walk in a few of my earthly brothers and sisters foot steps first and we know that Jesus will be carrying me as HE's done so often.

Your friend Holly is very lucky to have known you and I'm sure that you'll be able to write great revues for her again and all the saints, after all we gods have plenty of time to practice in reality. Don't you think?

I'll close by saying that many of my brain cells are happy to hear from you so soon Steve. :)


Really Nice!! Thanks for bringing this to our attention!

Holly's work is great; I think art of that quality will make lasting impressions for generations.

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