Love isn’t about everything being perfect.
Or always being easy.
Love is about everything that matters.
And sometimes what matters,
But damnit, you love it.
This is so very true
Sometimes it just stops me, the simple truths.
Ah I ❤️this 🙂
Thank you Mixedmusingsblog 🙂
love is love. )
I love this! So sweet!
Thank you Priceless!
ain’t that the truth?
You said it!! All of it and so many things in your unique way. I could rest my attempt at those numerous lengthy essays to explain what you said so beautifully in few words 🙂 Can’t stop appreciating this work!!
Thank you Infinite. Sometimes I write something out, and it’s very long, and I realize just a couple of sentences (or less) says what I’m saying. And sometimes a drawing prompts a thought and it just works. I really appreciate your encouragement and support. 🙂
You are very welcome. All my pleasure always 🙂
Thanks for reminding me. Loved your drawing, I think I’ve got a photo of that one. I’ll send it to you…….
I loved the picture Ivor. I’m so glad it prompted you to send it. ❤
Reblogged this on Peter's pondering and commented:
I’ve loved everything about Colleen’s Chatter Blog ever since I found it. You will love it too! Sometimes, what matters comes in neat packages. Damnit, I love it!
Thank you SO much Peter!!!!! ❤
My, and others’, pleasure.
You’re so good to me. 🙂
colleen, your creativity runs and runs! A wonderful post, with an intimate, expressive illustration. The illustration reminds me of Robert Doisenau, Kissphoto. Jaaa, love is all what matters! Sometimes hard to push the rest away!
Thank you Anie! I am honored you ‘felt’ so much with this drawing. I was talking to my husband and felt so close to him while talking to him that I drew this while we were talking. The words came after. 🙂
Awh. Great picture, too. 🙂
Thank you PIF 🙂
Never perfect, usually complicated, and always essential. 🙂 Love the illustration, Colleen.
Well said Debra 🙂 And thank you.
Love that hug, MBC, perfectly.
THank you MBM. It says more than words in many instances.
…the illustration is really surprising and amazing!
Thank you Anie!!!!!! 🙂
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