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Saturday, June 30, 2012

A Red, White and Blue Pink Saturday!

My previous post was sad, regarding the fires! I need an uplifting spirit today! Although these fires still rage, the kindnesses of people everywhere is amazing. Even Smokey the bear is sending care packages to kids who lost their homes in the devastating Waldo canyon fire near Colorado Springs. Google image here:

Today Colorado has a light heart! Missy Franklin, a recent graduate of Regis Jesuit HS  has earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic swim team! Go Missy! She is a beautiful, hard working dedicated young woman with a bright future ahead of her. Google image here:

Emma Coburn and team mate Shayla Kipp made the Olympic trials as well. They took 1st and 3rd place respectively in the steeplechase. They will head to London too. These ladies are CU Boulder runners!
Photo courtesy of the Denver Post News Agency.

I hope you stop by and visit Beverly who graciously hosts our Pink Saturday's each and every week.
To make sure you  know I love the pinkies, a google image share:

A blessed and beautiful Fourth of July to all of you! Have a wonderful day!


Denise said...

Uplifting post.

Dorothy said...

Hi there, I enjoyed your blog, good luck to the young swimmer!

Connie said...

I've been reading about your fires and I'm so sorry all this is happening to Colorado, sugar. I hope and will pray that they are contained very soon.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Glad that people are there to help!! So happy about the Olympians!!!

anitamombanita said...

Happy 4th to you also. Hopefully things will get under control in CO, AZ and UT soon!!

Chatty Crone said...

Red-white-blue = my favorite colors. sandie

Theresa said...

LOVE this colorful blog! I can't wait to see all of these talents in the Olympics:) Have a blessed day! I am praying for all of those affected by the fires! HUGS!

Marydon said...

Still praying for all of you in CO., sweetie. Hope you are still safe. Love the share today ... great pinks.

Have a beautiful 4th ~

Jenny said...

Gosh, these fires are so frightening. I am praying so hard for everyone effected by this tragedy.