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Monday, 27 November 2017

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Cheri

Oh Alexa, I'm sorry to hear your father isn't well. Best wishes for a speedy recovery! But I'm always so happy to see a post from you in my feed! Hope you are well yourself.

Ruth

I'm thinking of you and sending you and Dad much love.

kjjc

so very sorry to hear about your dad Alexa. I do hope you are dealing with things and looking after yourself.

Melissa

I'm so sorry to hear about your dad. I hope things improve soon. I'm glad you're taking some time to soak up the beauty still though. The light in your photo is stunning. We have been having lots of very warm weather here now which has been lovely. Take care.

Karen

Sending healing prayers to your dad and to you as well, knowing all too well how difficult this must be. Thank you for checking in with us, and for the beautiful photograph.

Melissa Gross

Oh, Alexa, such beautiful photos! I've said a prayer for your dad & y'all as you care for him! {{hugs}}

Mary

Your views are stunning as always - I'm so sorry to hear your dad isn't doing well, but glad you've been able to be with him. Hugs!, Mary

Debs

Oh dear, it sounds like you have a lot on your plate at the moment. Make sure you take time out of a stressful day by getting out in the fresh air with those stunning views. Sending hugs x

Mary-Lou

Beautiful photos. Sending lots of very positive & healing thoughts for your Dad & you.

HonoreĀ“

Those photos are stunning! And you know how much I love sunrises. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you for you and your dad and family. As always dear friend, Vugs (virtual hugs) and take care...

Susanne

Lovely snaps, at least you still have time to enjoy the world around you. Stopped and said a prayer for your father. Hugs to you and yours.

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