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At the café the other day I asked Knut—the guy from Norway who comes here each summer—what his profession was.
“I have no profession,” he said. “I am my father’s son.”
“But what did you study in school?”
“Chemistry. But then my father died, and left me some money. I didn’t see any point continuing school, or working. Since then I have just lived.”

Perfect, eh?

Not quite. During his first vacation to Ischia, about five years ago, Knut met an English girl named Chloe. They fell in love. He suggested that they live together here on the island, in a villa near the Chiaia beach. She said all right, they might as well try it out.

A year later Chloe died suddenly. Knut has not looked for a new girlfriend. He says he’s not interested. And yes, it’s been a long four years, but he thinks of her every day.

I’ve decided Knut is a Karmic messenger. He’s been sent to make sure I understand what awaits me, what indeed might have already occurred. Karma knows I believe that Vittoria will quickly recover and come here to rejoin me, as promised.

Karma tells me to stop clinging to false hope.

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beauty... and i realize i should always read more closely...
thank you..

Wow, that hit very close... Thank you.

Thanks. I often think what happens to me rarely happens to others...

this photo is very interesting. its the materic quality of the colors that makes all a difference

As always, I appreciate your comments...thanks.

Wow this is fun can how can I upload bigger pictures like yours?


Chris k

Greetings, Chris k:

Here's info from LJ FAQ that guides you thru the process of putting images on your LJ....

FAQ Question
How do I add images to my journal entries?
To add an image to your journal entry, use an "img" tag where you want it to appear:

title or description

Within the code, "http://www.example.com/image.jpg" must be replaced by the actual URL of the image you want displayed in your journal entry and "title or description" can be changed to give the image you use a title or description of your choice.

To tell the browser how tall and wide the image is, replace "y" with the height of the image, in pixels, from top to bottom, and replace "x" with the width of the image in pixels from right to left. These specifications are optional and can be omitted, as shown:

title or description

See http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=67 for information on how to make an image into a link.

Any image you wish to add must first be uploaded to a webspace provider that allows remote loading. Please see http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=130 for information on image loading requirements.
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lyspeth, 2003-05-03

Chris, disregard that last post. Go instead to this link to get a clearer view of what they're talking about.


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