5 thoughts on “Family Matters

  1. This comes with the perfect timing that I am beginning to expect from this blog…..tomorrow we will celebrate our twin granddaughters’ first birthdays with a traditional Korean dol ceremony. (Their Daddy is Korean). We call our side of the family the Tribe, and they are migrating from several states and Canada to be here for the celebration. I wish there was a way to post a picture! ~J

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    • Hey Julie – what fun you’ll have tomorrow! And delighted to hear that the blog is hitting your zeitgeist!

      You can post a photo, or photos – just put them into some online taller – flicker or google etc, and then just post the link to that gallery.

      By the way, I am proceeding with setting up a forum. It’s called PGStheWayForum. It’s in beta stage at the moment, still testing, but if you want, you can try it out at:

      http://www.pgsthewayforum.com

      Then just go to the Forum tab.

      It’s the same software Ivar uses in his Camino forum – and you can post photos there too. But like I say, it’s just in testing mode right now.

      Bill

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  2. Thank you, Bill. It’s humbling to look not only at the faces and then the people and their connectedness, but especially when you study the surroundings in which they live and love.

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    • Hi Barbara –

      the reason I like Steve McCurry’s work is that it’s incredibly compassionate, and it’s always full of love and dignity, especially for the poor and the dispossessed.

      Bill

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