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I love this pic. from Diane from Sydney, Australia. In case you can't make it out, the two brothers are pulling a Christmas cracker.
Thanks everyone
and remember, my friends, Only Connect!
Charles Shaughnessy

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  1. Oh, that is so precious! What a special moment.

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  2. That is a wonderful picture! :-)

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  3. It's a cool picture and it's such a sweet moment.

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  4. Thank you Diane. A ship and a lighthouse indeed: but which is which, who shines the light for whom? A beautiful poem in a single photo.

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  5. There is such joy in this shot. Just lovely Diane!

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  6. This makes me feel good inside. Siblings close together. Sharing a moment that can last a lifetime....Priceless It reminds me of traditions. I love a party cracker. And with my daughter of 15 in the house, I have been known to wear my crown for days, just to keep her in line and remind her whom is queen of the castle.

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  7. I love this picture. A priceless memory in the making. It reminds me of traditions...which I love to pass down. I am kind of old school. Did I put I and old in the same sentence....ewwww. But anyway I love party crackers. I have been known to wear my crown for several days though. With myself and my 15 year old daughter in the house I need to keep her in line and let her know whom is queen of the castle. Somewhere along the line she lost sight and thinks I am the chauffer and the maid.LOL Great Picture!

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  8. This is a great picture. A priceless one at that with memories to last forever. It reminds me of tradition. I guess I am a bit old school. Did I just put me and old in the same sentence...ewwww. I love party crackers. I have to been known to wear my crown for several days. Witha 15 year old daughter in the house, I need to keep her reminded of whom is queen of the castle. She has mistaken me for the chauffer or the maid. LOl Great Picrure.

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  9. Thank you for sharing this wonderful touching moment...what an amazing opportunity to catch this beautiful connection.

    Wishing you well!

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  10. Love these photos. This one hit me right in the heart.

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  11. :) Those are MY cousins <3
    Love Cassie. xox

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