"twist me a crown of wind-flowers, that I may fly away!" ~ Christina Rossetti
¡Good for you! Wonderful idea of having a vigil for the dead Palestinian children. Here, people are not so civic conscious (especially in Ibiza!) to organize a great turnout for a vigil--although we did have two demostrations that were quite successful. However, once the massacre has stopped, most of us have stopped writing about it although I'll keep fighting, as I'm doing, telling everyone to push for getting the Israeli government brought to justice, although, I see it as being VERY difficult due to the reasons that you and I know... Hugs, M.
I've hold this Banner in the jaima and link your Blog...Merche is one of my best FRIEND, I love her and I support you...( Merche corrigeix les faltes, please!)Many kisses...
SELMITA dear friend, your comment is perfect, just a few corrections: I've put (or hung) your banner in my "Jaima" blog and have linked you. Merche is one of my best friends... (Everything else, perfect!!).Taina I want to tell you that SELMA is a great asset to our cause, she's a fighter like you. We've agreed that whenever she makes a comment in English (she speaks I don't know HOW many languages...) that I will correct her, although many times I may be wrong also! But, it's our agreement. Much love, M.
Merche and Selma, I know that if you were in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada this Saturday, you will be at the vigil with us to acknowledge the Palestinian children of Gaza who were killed so horrifically. The stories of horror coming out of Gaza are increasing as the journalists, who had been denied entrance into Gaza during the invasion, have entered and are working to help the Palestinians document the crimes and destruction.Hugs, from Canada
How did it turn out???? Hugs, M.
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