Day 1451: Where is love?

Where is love?

An orphan asks that question in the musical Oliver!

 

A teabag answers that question, as follows:

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Where is love in my other photos from yesterday?

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Where is love for you?

Here is love to all who helped me create this post and to you — of course! — for visiting me today.

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23 thoughts on “Day 1451: Where is love?

  1. It seems overly simplistic to say that love is everywhere but it really is because love is wherever you make it. I don’t want to take anything away from Oliver! but I feel the idea that love is wherever you make it and that the love we make can reach out and touch others was so well expressed by a particular singing duo.

  2. Love is all around! ❤

  3. Ann, Love is found in the denial by one so another may benefit from that denial. For no good comes to one without first being sacrificed by another.
    -Alan

  4. Love is definitely that gratin dish!… and here with you Ann.

  5. Your supper looks so delicious! Surely, love was there, in the making?

  6. Love is all you need…well, not really, but it makes a great song.

  7. Love is my mother’s Saxophone playing Santa that my brother now keeps on his bookcase. Your Santa is cool too.

  8. Love, love, love your blog, Ann, always! And love the many lovely comments you get from your constant readers.

  9. Tasty photos today! And very tuneful too. It’s too early in our household for me to play those songs, but they are circling around in my head already. 🎼🎸🥁

  10. Where is love? Well in that tuna casserole, now hand it over please!

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