"What we do in life, echoes in Eternity."
Thanks to all of my friends who swiftly came to my defense before Sheriff Gwen Gardner at the Stockade Brigade. Sheriff Gwen awarded Samantha Geary with 9 points for the use of Old English in my defense. Since that was the highest score she was the winner of my
bribe $5 Amazon Card. Congratulations, Sam!
Today Sir David Power Kings is on trial. If you can, drop by the Stockade and show the valiant cosmic knight your support.
Dragon Hugs to you all.
And thus, your red balloon, floats away and embraces the other red balloons. A powerful message of symbolism that brings forth moments of sadness, of hope, of reflection, for Andrew and for Nick and his family.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! It's good to know that people can pull together and do something nice like this when a tragic loss occurs.ReplyDelete
A beautiful tribute to Andrew, Al. And I love seeing the balloon being held by Father Dragon himself.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you escaped the stockade and Sheriff Gwen. She was a tough one!
Beautiful tribute for a sad time.ReplyDelete
Tossing It Out
What as touching tribute, Al. Perfect.ReplyDelete
A truly touching tribute for one who will be sorely missed. And congrats to the winner of you bribe - erm - prize :-)ReplyDelete
Beautiful tribute. <3ReplyDelete
Very touching tribute, Al. <3ReplyDelete
A beautiful tribute for Andrew.ReplyDelete
That was remarkable, Sir Dragon! Thank you for going above and beyond. :)ReplyDelete
That was a lovely tribute. I know that Andrew's family will be touched by your participation in celebrating his life.ReplyDelete
In other news, I dedicated a little something to you on the Thursday post. Hope you like it!
as always, a classy act by a first-class person :-)ReplyDelete
Oh my! We must rescue poor David from the stockades!ReplyDelete
P.S. Here's to Andrew.
What a lovely balloon to release! You have a loving heart. It's a balloon I think Andrew would have liked--I know I would.ReplyDelete
Sia McKye Over Coffee
What a wonderful tribute to Andrew Al. Nick's loss is all our loss.ReplyDelete
I didn't know about the red balloons. What a wonderful tribute from you and others.ReplyDelete
Beautiful tribute! Loved seeing the dragon so involved! Love this community!ReplyDelete
A very touching tribute for Andrew! I've seen a lot of balloon on Facebook, too. It's great to see that kind of support from the blogging/writing community!ReplyDelete
Red balloons and hopes that the rainbows appear shortly. Beautiful post. Thank you.ReplyDelete
It's beautiful, Al.ReplyDelete
That is beyond awesome, Al.ReplyDelete
What a moving tribute to Andrew. So glad you took part, Al - but you're that type of guy: always ready to help friends in need. <3ReplyDelete
Hi Al .. what a lovely thought to have done - Andrew seemed such a wonderful son - while the red balloon memories will remind us of the times we knew him ... The Wilfords had courage in bucketfuls in their helping Andrew attain his dreams ... they did so much for him ...ReplyDelete
With thoughts and I'll be thinking of your Mexican sky with its red balloon ... Hilary
A very sweet and moving tribute to a great kid.ReplyDelete
I loved your balloon...a star! And the pictures of the release were very moving. In the last one, although the balloon is nothing but a speck, still showed the outline of the star. This was a very moving and inspirational post. You are one in a million.
M.L. Swift, Writer
Those images totally gave me chills. That was one beautiful red balloon, too!ReplyDelete
It was a beautiful tribute for Andrew. Beautiful, too, that so many joined in.ReplyDelete
Love how you had Father Dragon holding the balloon. A beautiful tribute, Al. :) Hope your week is starting off well.ReplyDelete
Nice balloon release Father Dragon. I'm sure Nick and his family are very blessed with this blogging community's great communal heart!ReplyDelete
Glad your bribe... I mean gift... came through! Writer’s Mark
Love the quote - be positive and make a difference that benefits the many! Nice post as usual, Al!ReplyDelete
This is wonderful that you did that for Nick and his family.ReplyDelete
How beautiful Al! Your sentiments of red will be received in the sea of stars, for Andrew!ReplyDelete