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    Posted January 11, 2014 by
    Marynes1
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    Oakton, Virginia
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    Wintry weather 2014

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    “The drop that made the cup run over” La gota que rebasó el vaso .

     

    Thanks to Mother Nature the cold weather from the Antarctic is gone. It was raining in Oakton VA, and I took these pictures of tiny rain drops.

     

    The drops made me transported to Venezuela and the strong reaction of all against the assassination of former Miss Venezuela and actress Monica Spear, her husband and their injured survival little 5 year old girl.

     

    On January 6th a gang of delinquents took advantage of their disable car parked on the road waiting for help to assault and kill them presumably when they locked the doors protecting their daughter.

     

    According to a video of an interview of Monica Spear’s father, he said that he advised her not to travel to Venezuela due to the wave of assassinations that occurs every day, but she and her husband refused because they wanted to spend Christmas and New Year holidays in Venezuela.

     

    As a strategy of coping this tragedy, I have posted that they died doing what they love, either having vacation in Venezuela or protecting their daughter from the killers, but the reaction is strong, people responded that they should be alive and that nothing makes sense. Venezuela is in mourning, this is “The drop that made the cup run over”.
    La gota que rebasó el vaso

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