What Dreams May Come

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you ever watched the movie “
What Dreams May Come“?  Robin William’s character lives in this painting that his wife created before her death.  I was reminded of this sad story as I played with Photoshop with one of my pictures from Moscow.  My friend took me to see some of his favorite places.  The picture is from the Kolomensky  Park where it looked like a scene from “The Sound of Music”.

If I were to imagine a perfect place, it would be like this picture.  I can’t believe I’ve been so lucky to have run through this field of dandelions on a summer day.  There are moments in our lives that I wouldn’t mind reliving like a stuck record.  I know that a reality of only one moment is not enough, a lesson Robin William’s character must learn for himself to be able to move on with his life.

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