Listen to me.

I have a vote

  • Aubrey Carroll 8y

    true that.
  • Shawn PRO 7y

    Gives me goosebumps!!!
  • jim crossley PRO 7y

    Great idea, nicely done. (Saw it on my wallpaper via Desklickr)
  • Chochoskr 7y

    Loved it! Via desklickr too.
  • ! ~ Pawpaw Sn☺wman ~ ! Away. 7y

    Very nice.

    I'm an admin for a group called Ultimate Shot ~ Post Invited Images Only!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Ed Roberts 6y

    LOVE this picture. 4 words that mean so much. Thank you.
  • Joost Kuipers 6y

    Awesome photo, I use it as a wallpaper.. :) (desklickr)
  • Stetson4 5y

    Unfortunately, I am completely blocked from participating on the Hopeful Spirit blog.

    They have nowhere on that site to let the blogger know either.

    I've tried to leave comments and helpful information there, but all I ever get is a white page.

    If anyone has a way of contacting the blogger who is responsible for Hopeful Spirit, I would appreciate your passing this information along.

    Dr. Ann Voisin
    E-mail: avoisin@lindachristas.org
  • Aakash Singh 3y

    Thank You.....

    Your blog is very informative and I will keep updated with the same.

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  • treable 3y

    Dear Admin,

    I landed upon your article"Listen to me"from google, Actually i am doing a research work on"Listen to me",found your article useful for my research work. Actually i was looking for more related articles on your blog but unfortunately didnt find anymore of it.Hope read more related articles in coming days...I will keep following your blog till then

    Regards
    Sia



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