Hug A Zebra
Did you know
Today is hug a Zebra Day?
You say oh my gosh
I did not know!
So hug your Zebra with all your might.
If you don’t have a Zebra,
Then hug The One your with.
If you are all alone,
then hug the First Person or Zebra you see!
Or give Yourself a big old hug,
and say I love me.
You say oh my gosh
I could never do that.
What would people say?
Can you imagine that?
You could always send a hug,
to all your Blog Friends,
Or go out and find a Zebra.
No matter what you decide to do
or who you hug .
Have a wonderful day!
Poem written by Dianne dsphotocats
Dianne © dsphotocats
These photos were taken a few years ago at the Toronto Zoo. It was a very bright sunny summer day. The sun was harsh in the top photo but the pose was perfect. I just happened to be around at the right time. I will gladly sacrifice perfect lighting for this perfect pose. I couldn’t believe my eyes when the mother zebra put its legs around her baby in the form of a hug. Isn’t nature wonderful! I think it is awesome how God makes even the animals to have such affection towards their own. God uses His Creation to show us His Love. At least that is my experience. God can reveal Himself to anyone who is truly seeking to find Him.
Romans Chapter 1:20 For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead so that they are without excuse.
Isaiah 55:6 Seek The Lord while He may be found. Call upon Him while He is near.
I even think of our dear pets and how they show us so much Love and Affection. What a Blessing they are to us. God can use anything that He created to reveal Himself to us. God is not limited. He is Almighty, and the Author of Love. God is Spirit, and God is Love in it’s Purest Form.
Although it is not until Feb. 14th, I would like to wish you all a Happy Valentines Day.
Love and Hugs to all my Blogger Friends
Cute pictures and thought provoking words.Since I don't have a Zebra to hug,or even a spouse,I will send you a big old hug. ((((((Dianne))))))ReplyDelete
Thank you Ruth, and here is a "BIG HUG" right back at you. :)Delete
Beautiful photos and words!!ReplyDelete
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Wow that was fast. Thank you ever so much Beth. :)Delete
Thanks Beth, I'll give it a try.ReplyDelete
Hi Dianne, love your Zebra photos, great captures.
Great photo of a (hug) Zebras.ReplyDelete
Sending love and hugs back to you - Nita
There's something about God's creation that reaches out and grabs me every single time I see it. Whether it's a wonderful animal like the zebra or a simple chipmunk from around here it all shows God's genius. Love this Dianne thank you so much for being you.ReplyDelete
That picture is priceless! Zebras are my faves since I was a little girl, Dianne. However did you know? lol Thank you so much for the pictures and the poem. I have been blessed by both.ReplyDelete
Gail, A little Zebra told me. Ha! :)Delete
Dianne I just love this picture and the poem made me smile. What a beautiful feel good post! And thanks for ordering a kindle copy of my book. I hope it inspires you in some way. Hope the rest of your weekend is great.ReplyDelete
Thank you all so very much for stopping by and your encouraging words.ReplyDelete
I would love to hug that Zebra . One of my all time faves of all the photos you have taken.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Dianne and Breath Taking.
Hugs and Smiles. Thanks for the welcome back .
Lovely Photo's Dianne what a magic moment that must have been. The poem made me smile I am sending you a big Hug. Look forward to more of your great work , hope you are having a great Sunday.ReplyDelete
Hugs Sheila :) xx
Oh, that is one of those moments behind the camera when you get absolutely giddy cause you know what a perfect moment you've captured. That is such a wonderful shot...a prize winner in my opinion :)ReplyDelete
Hugs to you my blogger friend!
Thank you and Hugs to all. Dianne :)ReplyDelete
Hey Dianne - how are you? Lisa at Red Willow suggested I contact you to see if you can tell me how to find help with Blogger. My posts are gone from January 2012 back to 2010. I've left two help questions in their forum but have gotten no reply or response. Thanks much! - StaceyReplyDelete
Diane, a beautiful photograph of zebras. How do zebras squeezing together. I am fascinated by the tenderness between animals. Your poemReplyDelete
Many hinted. Thank you for your nice long comment - a swan. It will shoot better in our frosts end. Have a nice day. / Peter.
((( HUGS )))) to you too!ReplyDelete
What lovely zebras!ReplyDelete
The black and whites are so striking on the zebra.
Unlike the poor furless cats I just posted.
I agree put a sweater on those furless cats!
How is your mother doing?
What a great daughter you are to care for your elderly mother.
I know many others doing this right now too.
Happy Valintines! I think the picture is great & your poem also..ReplyDelete
Thanks for your recent visit with helpful hints how to possibly get my photo problem solved. When I get more time I'll give things a try!
hey Dianne...got the hug you left me at blog earlier and wanted to come and give you one back in return. I loved opening your blog and seeing your beautiful pictures again......The bird and the zebra...my favorites. Have a great rest of the weekend.ReplyDelete