Day 2997: You are definitely not alone

Even when you feel like you are alone, you are definitely not alone.

You are definitely not alone as you look at my latest images.

I’m so glad that my son is not alone in Scotland.

Whether you are or aren’t familiar with the Nichols and May beer commercials, you are definitely not alone.

The more you take the risk of sharing, the more you realize that you are definitely not alone. Therefore, consider sharing your thoughts and feelings in a comment, below.

You are definitely not alone if you are feeling gratitude, here and now.

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19 thoughts on “Day 2997: You are definitely not alone

  1. Grateful that the blogging community and virtual connection makes one feel less alone.

  2. Luis Del Castillo

    Grateful for yet another thing I learned from your blog, the Narragansett beer commercials

  3. I am so glad we are in this world together, Ann.

  4. This made me think of the old cigarette commercial “You’re never alone with a Strand.”

  5. I remember the Dave mason album -‘alone together’ – yes

  6. puella33

    Thank Goodness for good company.

  7. “Alone Together” with Harley, by Nelson Riddle and Ella Fitzgerald

    • Excuse me, Nelson Riddle and Ella Fitzgerald’s was an arrangement (just as Carly’s); the song was originally composed by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz.

    • You are not alone in appreciating that, Maria.

  8. I know I’m not alone in liking Nichols and May, but I also don’t think I’m alone in thinking a certain Old Spice commercial is a close second in the list of the best.

  9. I’m keenly aware that I’ve never been really alone. I am grateful for that. Your photos of beautiful Harley remind us all of the companionship available to us all if we are fortunate to have a pet. ❤

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