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SUNDAY, NOV 17, 2013  |  22 comments
Amazing Video: “Twins Were Born But Haven’t Realized It Yet”
A beautiful and amazing video has been circulating the Internet over the last 24-48 hours. The video shows a parent washing newborn twins in a wash basin. The twin infants have their eyes closed and appear to be peacefully sleeping and enjoying the warm bathwater.

The twin babies finally begin to move and, when they do, they hold each other and snuggle closer.


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Houses, trees, sprigs of grass? Now that's talent! Yeah, the vid was pretty cool...
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News Item11/20/13 4:31 PM
Dolores L | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores L
So sorry, Christopher. I thought you were talking about the crayon drawings like I've done in the past, a house with a tree beside it, sprigs of green grass, couple of flowers and a big yellow sun in a blue sky,in 3rd grade I think. Ha ha I found the video of the twins and it was precious. Thanks!
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News Item11/20/13 7:39 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Have it your way, Dolores, but I am a household name in the Northeast. People come from all over when my crayon drawings travel through the various high end art galleries. I draw shapes, stick people, and stick people holding shapes. Each one only takes me about 1-3 minutes to draw, depending on how many colors I use, but I still can't keep up with the demand.
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News Item11/19/13 1:20 PM
Dolores L | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores L
I would love to have one of your paintings, John UK, seascapes are so serene and beautiful. I think of God's handiwork when I gaze on one. Don't you have a web site to order one from? Christopher, I am going to get on my computer and get this you tube video everyone thinks is so sweet. So you paint with crayons, how cool. But I'd rather have one by a real artist that I sorta know.
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News Item11/19/13 1:07 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
By the way, John, I keep forgetting that you are an artist, so that explains it. I can't think of a topic that would ever cause me to mention harbor walls, but I'll tuck it away.
One day, Chris. Burnt Umber, Burnt Sienna, Raw Umber, Raw Sienna, maybe Payne's Grey, French Ultramarine. It's amazing what colours you find in a wall.
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News Item11/19/13 6:47 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
By the way, John, I keep forgetting that you are an artist, so that explains it. I can't think of a topic that would ever cause me to mention harbor walls, but I'll tuck it away.
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News Item11/19/13 6:43 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I draw using crayons. Anyway, Dolores, you should search for the video...maybe YouTube. Pretty cool
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News Item11/18/13 10:53 PM
Dolores L | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores L
John Uk, I use pencil. I haven't had lessons or anything but I just love drawing but not landscapes or anything like that just portraits.Maybe I'll try painting landscape. I really need paintings in my home. I love the seascapes, have seen some when we went to Florida in different shops too expensive to buy.That's great meeting people in the market place and witnessing to them.
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News Item11/18/13 4:17 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Dolores L wrote:
I've seen a greenish angry looking sky, it had a tornado drop down out of it. Get real, you just rained on everybody's parade. I couldn't play it on my tablet, so I missed all the excitement. I never painted but I have sketched in the past, mostly portraits. Kept telling myself that I was going to learn to paint. Alas, four kids later and that dream vanished, yet still there. John UK what do you paint mostly and do you sell your paintings for a living? Find that so interesting, I guess because I love that type thing, being able to paint.
Greenish, angry-looking skies are real spooky, and quite rare.

Portraits eh, Dolores? With pencil or charcoal? I would like to be able to do that. My painting is more of a hobby in retirement, and I sell local seascapes cheaply to tourists. But it keeps me active and is great fun. It also gives opportunities to meet people at market and be a witness to them. I have some great chats with another Christian there, even though he is from a different church tradition.

Why not get a few watercolours together and begin, you don't need much to get started.

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News Item11/18/13 4:05 PM
Dolores L | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores L
I've seen a greenish angry looking sky, it had a tornado drop down out of it. Get real, you just rained on everybody's parade. I couldn't play it on my tablet, so I missed all the excitement. I never painted but I have sketched in the past, mostly portraits. Kept telling myself that I was going to learn to paint. Alas, four kids later and that dream vanished, yet still there. John UK what do you paint mostly and do you sell your paintings for a living? Find that so interesting, I guess because I love that type thing, being able to paint.
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News Item11/18/13 3:34 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Oh boy John, YOU are the reason I changed the color in this analogy. I said red once before, and you popped by to talk about how you have seen a red sky. Now, I intentionally change it to green, just this once, to thwart any other colors you may have seen, and now this. You know, my first picks were pink and orange, but I really thought green would do the trick; keeping you at bay.
Good day, sir!
Oh boy ha ha. Sorry Christopher, but you know every painting I do has a sky, and so I am fascinated by skies. If you mention sky, I naturally gravitate towards colours, and I'm always walking down the street looking up. The number of street lamps I've dented as I've walked into them, it's amazing I've not been locked up yet.

Now just don't mention harbour walls!

Good day!!

Or if that's not possible, have a reasonable day!!

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News Item11/18/13 3:21 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Oh boy John, YOU are the reason I changed the color in this analogy. I said red once before, and you popped by to talk about how you have seen a red sky. Now, I intentionally change it to green, just this once, to thwart any other colors you may have seen, and now this. You know, my first picks were pink and orange, but I really thought green would do the trick; keeping you at bay.
Good day, sir!
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News Item11/18/13 11:15 AM
shane | socal  Find all comments by shane
get real... get real
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News Item11/18/13 11:06 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I have always found it incredibly interesting how we, as humans, are so varied in our opinions, beliefs, etc. Like, one person will argue that the sky is green, while the person listening can look up and clearly see that it is blue. The other person, however, continues to insist that it's green and just can't, or refuses to concede that they are wrong.
The last comment just made me think again about how very different we are in how we see things.
I saw a green sky once, Christopher, and oh boy was it spooky. It looked as though a mean storm was approaching. Maybe you get them sometimes in Rhode Island.
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News Item11/18/13 10:30 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I have always found it incredibly interesting how we, as humans, are so varied in our opinions, beliefs, etc. Like, one person will argue that the sky is green, while the person listening can look up and clearly see that it is blue. The other person, however, continues to insist that it's green and just can't, or refuses to concede that they are wrong.
The last comment just made me think again about how very different we are in how we see things.
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News Item11/18/13 9:44 AM
get real | earth  Find all comments by get real
so I am the only one who found this exploitative and cringe worthy?
babies are not toys, I would never wash their heads under a running faucet like this,I would never wash two at a time like they were just fruit of some field i just gleaned ... they were obviously manipulated to look like they were hugging but they were not aware ...

babies are a heritage from the Lord and not for entertainment, they are human beings deserving more dignity than our ogling at them for "feels"

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News Item11/18/13 8:44 AM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
Wow, how beautiful!
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News Item11/17/13 11:50 PM
SF from TX  Find all comments by SF from TX
Aaaawwwwww!!!!! How precious!
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News Item11/17/13 10:06 PM
Pa &Ma  Find all comments by Pa &Ma
Just like Cliff our eyes got wet!
Psalm 139:14.
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News Item11/17/13 10:00 PM
shane | socal  Find all comments by shane
Beautiful
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