Well, this is my last post for February, and I have to move on from writing about love after I finish this one. However, I may just have to make LOVE my topic every February. Why not?
I starting thinking about all the things I love, and so that’s what this is about today. I’m not including the people I love. That would take up an entire year of posts if I started in on that list.
Mornings when I look out my bedroom window
Spring when all the daffodils I planted reward me with their sunny faces
Days on the beach with kids and dogs and sandy feet
Farmer’s Markets with fresh vegetables
Cloudy skies, especially when those clouds look like dragons or alligators (inside joke)
Egrets. I admire their patience.
Different countries with different languages and cultures to explore.
Books! Of course. I love those. Yours, mine, theirs. (I’m reading one of J.H. Moncrieff’s ghostly tales now and loving it! Notice, however, the terrified eyes.)
I’ll stop. But I have more. I guess posting about love for the month of February would be very easy because I’m so lucky to have a lot to write about.
How about a matching quiz this week? Can you match these literary lovers?
|A. Molly||E. Mr. Darcy|
|B. Elizabeth||F. Rauol|
|C. Beatrice||G. Fibber McGee|
|D. Christine||H. Benedict|
And how did you do on last weeks quiz?
Answers to last weeks quiz:
1. Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love whose Daddy was Cronus.
FALSE: Uranus was Dad, and no wisecracks.
2. If you speak Greek, you call the god of love Cupid.
FALSE: If you spoke Greek, you’d call him Eros. Romans turned him into Cupid.
Quote of the Week: “The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.” — Helen Keller