Thursday, June 18, 2009

...BUT THE SUN ALWAYS COMES OUT TOMORROW

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My very dear friends, here to tell you I am okay.
and appreciate all your thoughtful and sweet messages.
you can't imagine how much they've all meant to me...
your alleviative, worthwhile and priceless messages were received at the best possible time.
thank you so much...


This is the view from my window. this is my favorite spot to sit and think. this is my place for talking to God. this is what makes me feel a little calm.
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31 comments:

Farshad said...

Wow! How come you didn't show me this view so far?!
And I'm happy to have you here again. :*

Diana said...

glad to hear you are okay :)

Selma said...

Glad to hear you are ok. :D Great picture! I so need to get a view like that.

G said...

I'm so glad to hear from you again. It breaks my heart to see such unrest in the world & in a place that truly deserves calm & peace. Wishing you & yours well.

in company with sparkles said...

*hug* God bless you! What a beautiful view.
love,
cait

P. said...

Thinking of you so much these days. Please stay safe!

THE PARIS HOUSE said...

I'm so happy you are ok, I watch CNN and read the paper everday hoping always for good news. I continue to pray for peace in this glorious world of ours

Tina said...

So glad you're ok!! thinking so much about you!

Shaddy said...

Ahhh...such good news today...knowing you're hanging in there and holding up well.

I love the outlook you convey in your post title and in the lovely photo.

The sun will come out tomorrow for you because you generate sunshine in your soul and distribute it to all who are fortunate enough to know you. Nothing can destroy what you have.

Love,
Shaddy

Meg said...

Thank you for letting us know. We would love to hear more about what's going on there from your perspective. Stay safe, lovely Shokeefeh. xx

Sarah said...

We're so relieved you're here my dear Shokoofeh. Oh how we missed you!

Big Hugs,
Sarah

orange sugar home said...

good luck. we all need peace now. prayers to you from across the ocean!

Kiki said...

Hello,
I just recently started to follow your blog and love all your colorful posts. This picture is not only very beautiful because of it's composition but the aspiration and positivism struck me. It takes a lot of courage to live life to the fullest and never forget the amazing beauty of nature that was given to us. Keep on being inspired, because you inspire people like me. Take care!
Karen from belgium

Daisy said...

Glad your okay :) Im hoping my family are as well.. stunning photo !

:)

LauraCassidy said...

I've just discovered your blog. That's a beautiful and inspiring photo.

our little love nest said...

I found your blog through 'the english muse'. So glad you are alright. I love your photo! xo

Honora said...

Thinking of you and your country and hoping to have a peaceful resolution very soon! Stay strong.

Catch Me If You Can said...

I love your blog, thanks for the great picture!

Micaela said...

thinking of you and wishing you are safe with all my heart xo

Kathleen said...

Just found your lovely blog via the English Muse.
Very lovely photo! Praying that the Lord will grant you peace.

Grace Albaugh said...

I wish for you all the calm days you can find. I keep you and yours in my prayers.

Annabelle said...

Big hugs, you have been in my prayers as I see what's happening in Iran on the news... so glad to hear you're well.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

What a beautiful view on the world. Wishing you peace and happiness.

Tina said...

oh my dear girl, sending you much love.

Peyman said...

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corine said...

Lovely to meet you, alas under such scary circumstances

Anonymous said...

Tonight in my city in America there is a small crowd standing on a street corner holding up signs in support of the Iranian people and asking cars to honk if they agree. (There has been lots of honking.) Please know we admire your courage! Stay strong!

Turquoise Diaries said...

When I was travelling in Tehran, I always remembered the view , Azer Nefisi described in her book 'Reading Lolita in Tehran' It was the view of the Albruz mountains and trees, she sees from her window.Your picture reminded me of that. Its good to hear that you are safe and hope that the worst is over...

WriterBee said...

So nice to visit you at your blog and see how beautiful it is and how it reflects your outlook on life. Stay safe.

preppygoesrock said...

the picture is so srene and its so peaceful there... i know its more beautiful in real life and i hope you well

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emily said...

you are such a great example to me of strength and optimism. thank you for that and know that your american blogger friends love you!