Day 3206: Do you realize how lovable you are?

Yesterday, when I was loving people’s responses on Twitter, I asked this question:

Do you realize how many people do not realize that they are lovable? I don’t love that but I do love that many responded with “yes” and “I’m working on it.”

Do you realize how much I love sharing words and images here with you every day?

Do you realize how much I love snowy egrets, Jackie Chan, the Daily Bitch, and embracing whatever comes my way?

Do you realize that loving more (including loving ourselves) helps us love and appreciate each precious day?

Do you realize what you can find on YouTube when you search for “do you realize how lovable you are?”

Besides “Do You Realize” by the Flaming Lips, you can also find this:

I realize that I love that video by Psych2Go.

Do you realize that you can leave a comment below and that I always end my blog posts with gratitude for lovable YOU?

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17 thoughts on “Day 3206: Do you realize how lovable you are?

  1. Kelly Haran

    I love hearing that great Flaming Lips’ song “Do You Realize?” again. Thanks, Ann! Also, the video from Psych2Go is well done (something just comforting in that animation!) with a great set of reminders. Lastly, I did not realize it was National Sausage Pizza Day! (Well, now I know what to get for lunch.)

  2. Oh yes! Not really.

  3. I love that Irish group: U2.

  4. I find it hard to accept how lovable I may be, but looking at your pictures I think I don’t want to live a life without egrets.

  5. “if you would be loved, love, and be lovable. ” Benjamin Franklin (he understood)

  6. I chuckle often and say that “I am an acquired taste,” but I can joke about that best because I do have lots of love in my life. I’m very thankful for that. I probably don’t really ever think much about it, because of that support. Thank you for the topic. I am grateful for the love in my life.

  7. Those look more like great egrets, aka great white herons (Ardea alba). You caught their beautiful, angular, dart-like movements they use to hunt for prey.

    Benjamin Franklin was right about the challenge that love represents, to also become ‘lovable’ after loving and being loved in return, is indeed a task, when ‘agape’ love is involved it all blends, and the ego dissolves to stardust.

  8. That colorful tower image was loved by me just now, Ann.

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