Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Wordless Wednesday!

Don't give up the ship!

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  1. Wednesday, April 27th,
    "Morning, MaryLu."
    Yet another - beautiful action shot ... very realistic looking; and I love the colours !!!
    "Don't give up the ship" .... is right !!!
    Hope all is well.
    Take care, and, God Bless,
    In Him, Brenda Hurley

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  2. The picture is amazing, but my courage sinks when I see this picture. I don't think that I could handle a battle such as this. Talk about fear!

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  3. What a gorgeous day for a battle!

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  4. Stop blowing holes in my ship! LOL
    I love this shot. Bring it on! From the looks of it, the American ship is being attacked on both sides.(It appears to be firing cannons on both sides of the ship) But, she looks like she is handling herself quite well.
    Love it!

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  5. Thanks ladies! yes.. a very great action shot. I agree, it would be terrifying to be on board. I don't know how they handled it. Yes, we seem to be firing off both sides. Go America!!
    Love the reference to the Pirate movie, Debbie. :-)
    Have a blessed day as you each fight your own battles with God at your side!

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  6. Wow! Apart from the fighting going on, this is a beautiful picture. And I agree with Sheri. I wouldn't want to be involved in that. As much as I love to read and watch movies about pirates and sailors, I'm actually not a big fan of large bodies of water.

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  7. I'm sorry for not posting more on your blog, MaryLu. My sisters have been hogging our only computer while they are on Easter break. :)

    I love this picture. It has great action and color.

    I am going to reread one of your books tonight but I'm not sure which one I feel like. I love rereading Falcon but I thought to mix it up a bit this time. :)

    Hope you are doing well!
    Tori

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  8. Sarah, the funny thing is I'd probably get seasick on one of these ship! But don't tell anyone. LOL
    Tori, no need to apologize! We are all so busy. Honestly, I have a hard time keeping up with my blog!!
    Which book did you pick?

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  9. You're so understanding. Alas, being a fan I must visit your blog and email you often. ;) 'Tis true though, business gets to everyone.
    I picked The Raven Saint. I haven't looked at that one in a while. Grace might be a slow learner, but I still love her. :)
    Any news about any of your upcoming books? I'm so excited to hear more about Cassandra and Luke!!
    Tori

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  10. I was having trouble posting my comment so my dad had to log in as him and we dont know why it says just call me jake. But that is my comment up there. :)
    -Tori

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  11. Hello,

    I have visited your blog and enjoyed it very much. It has a great inspiration.

    Would you like to visit my weblog which I created about 6 months ago?

    My husband and I are Iranian and live in the UK. We love Jesus and our weblog is mostly about our Lord. Since we are Iranian we have added some Persian topics to the weblog, but you can read and watch English ones.

    My weblog is http://creation-to-eternity.blogspot.com

    God Bless,

    Afsoon

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  12. Afsoon: Your blog sounded interesting, so I checked it out. You are doing a great job. Keep it up.

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  13. Thank you, Afsoon. I visited your blog and read your post on what Jesus is doing right now. Very nicely done. I'm sure you must suffer persecution there in the UK for your beliefs, especially since most of your countrymen (Persians) are Muslim. May God protect you and give you strength to do His will.

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  14. Oh and Tori, hope you enjoy The Raven Saint all over again! I'll be posting news of Luke and Cassandra soon!

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