I don’t know about you.
But I have yet to experience
Any kind of love
That is perfect in it’s formation
But each love
In it’s existence.
Yep, great description of what true love is.
And I’m first to comment!! Yippee!!
YOU WIN! 😀 And I like love. A whole lot.
You nailed it. You don’t throw it away. You dust it off and keep going
Amen Beth Amen!
With the possible exception of chocolate?
Well, to have complete and full disclosure, I will eat cracked, imperfect and unshaped chocolate. Crumbles and slivers of it too…..
You said it! 🙂
I hear you!
😉 It’s good stuff, the real thing.
Love this Colleen! ❤
Thank you Diana! ❤
That is so true!
🙂 Thank you Priceless!
Colleen, I will be visiting my kids and grandkids this week so I may not be around the blogs much. Just wanted to let you know.
Thank you for letting me know Priceless, we tend to miss one another when we’re gone don’t we? 🙂 Have fun!!!!
LOL! Yes. Thank you!!
Great pictures for the words.
Thank you BikeBrown ❤
Well written and true 🙂
Thank you Niaaeryn!
YES! In its existence now, over time, lifetimes, and eons. If one can’t have all of that, then in its existence now can still be wonderful.
So true. 🙂
😀 Thanks Huck.
Yep we drive each other mad, want to scream at each other daily, want to hug each other daily and want to share our news with each other immediately. Love is mad.
Perfect Tric. Just perfect. I could put this on a plaque and hang it in my house. 🙂
This is a terrific way of looking at Love and even, Life. The drawing got the point across.
Thank you Robin. I drew it and it just kind of called to me. 🙂
It calls out to me, “Keeping it ‘real,’ Colleen.”
True! The cracks are what let the light in and allow it to radiate out.
That is the perfect sentiment Carolin.
“Each love is beautiful in its existence.” Beautiful and truthful. Love this line.
Thank you Joel F. 🙂
Yes, it’s got to be worked on to keep whole and love-ly, love does, MBC!
Indeed. I have no delusions that love should be easy. It’s beautiful, even in the work stages.
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