Day 1778: Love what is

I love what is on the hallway wall of Jane Hoffmann.

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Do you love what is on Jane’s wall?

Shall we love what is in the rest of today’s post?

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What might  help us love what is the most difficult day of the week to love? How about this?

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I love what is on that card.

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Oops!  I love what is a mistake, imperfection, or oversight, especially if I can correct it. I almost forgot to include a song for today.

I love what is in that YouTube video of Matt Corby singing “Monday.”

Love what is your reaction to today’s blog.

I love what is the latest way I’m expressing gratitude to all who help me create these posts and to those who read them — including YOU.

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29 thoughts on “Day 1778: Love what is

  1. I love what is always on your blog.

  2. Lol. But so true. Love the Google cartoon.

  3. You’ve got a good thing going, Ann.

  4. I love the message Ann. 💛
    That google card hits home. Most mornings Don or I will ask a question and reach for the iPad to find the answer.

  5. I love this blog post today, but then I always love them! Ann, you’re the best, and if I dare to compare, it only helps me reach higher. 😉

  6. I love it when I can come visit your blog in the morning!!!

  7. Second blog post in a row this morning that cautions me against just doing what I might want to do…yours was more subtle. 🙂

  8. I’ve been reading Shrill by Lindy West, a book about self-acceptance. She encourages people to be less shy, saying, “Very few things—apart from death and crime—have real, irreversible stakes, and when something with real stakes happens, humiliation is the least of your worries.” It’s good advice for loving what is.

  9. Another awesome post that made me happy I came for a visit

  10. I love to love.

  11. Ha, love the Life Before Google comic.

  12. Love the song. Monday is indeed a hard day to love. It can ruin Sunday night. Ah, well, loving what is, I still have Sunday night…

  13. I love what is here, always.

  14. Are they monogamous blueberries? Great post . Thank you.

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