Day 2386: Who loves you?

Who loves you, here and now?

Does the Goddess love you?



Do your friends love you?


Those photos show my friend, Deb, and her lovely garden and home (with new vinyl flooring!).  If you particularly love any of those photos, please click on it to make it larger.

I particularly love this image from Deb’s home:



Do your pets love you?


My boyfriend Michael (who loves me), recently told me about an article he read that said dogs were not capable of love.  If dogs are not capable of love, what are cats capable of?

Does chocolate love you?


Do people who sell swords love you?



Do people who post signs like these love you?



Does the ocean love you?




Frank Valli and the Four Seasons also ask “Who Loves You?”

Who loves you?  I would love it if you answered that question in a comment, below.

And, in case you didn’t know, I love you.

Thanks to all who are loved, including YOU.


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26 thoughts on “Day 2386: Who loves you?

  1. Thanks Ann. I needed that as I listen to the last of the thunderstorm roll away. My dog loves me. She is very expressive, and if that wiggly butt when I come home doesn’t say love, I don’t know who these experts are. My grandson’s smile says love to me and the soft breeze is remembered love. We are surrounded by love if we look. Hope you continue to find it wherever you go.

  2. Thank you for the love. We can all benefit from a little extra now and then.

  3. puella33

    I see love in those people believe in us. and respect us. I see love in the puppy which came to visit every day wagging its tail. Love makes us feel good, it even makes better when we give love as well as receive it. Love you too, Ann

  4. Nice post Ann. I really like your friends mat mad with stones, so powerful.
    As I both have cat and dog here, I will say, that dogs are pure love and we need to work more for the love of the cats. Both are very sensitive beings, from whom we might learn a lot, if we are open for that.
    Love to you too.

  5. Whenever I hear “Who do you love?” I can’t help saying “Whom do you love?”
    I’m very lucky that there are people who love me in spite of that.

  6. I don’t believe that about dogs–I know that Titus loves me because just a few minutes ago, he said, “Thanks for the cookie. I love you.” And I’m pretty sure he meant it:-)

  7. I think your friend must be a goddess of plants. And I agree with that piece of art and advice on rowing…

  8. I love you, too, Ann.
    Deb’s new vinyl flooring is very attractive.

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  10. I think my family and friends love me as I love them, Ann.

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  12. I saw Yesterday film over the weekend, so writing All you Need is Love seems apt.

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