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i moved where my heart had drifted off to long before. i live on a hill of hundred acres, where my dreams have merged with the view. it is quiet from machine noises yet loud with sounds of horses, dogs, cats chickens and ducks. nature is the true artist in resident and i am just her apprentice who often gets lost in her gaze. once and a while i travel back to cities and foreign places to put into photographs what i have learned, yet always, part of my heart is left on the hill..

Thursday, August 20, 2009

crime and punishment

i have been reading crime and punishement. it is dark and cold and everynight i am left with the same
feeling. do i have to finish it? how did i make through it once before? why is he so familiar to me. oh
how i hate a great bad, bad book trully do i have to finish it?


Juanjo, uno de tantos... said...

Hello my friend, it's been a long time! I'm glad to see that your blog keeps on being such a special place...

By the way I finally crossed the Atlantic Ocean. I'm living close to Montreal now.I hope I can survive the canadian winter :-P


lawdy said...

We, my family, listened to Crime on Punishment on a road trip recently. My first time and I loved it. What stood out to me was the amazing story of redemption--of hope for a soul who thought he was lost. It has the most hopeful message. Hope you find it.

Anh said...

I read the book before. It can be depressing I know... But like lawdy said, there's a story of redemption also.