Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “What’s your favorite image?”
I also found this:
What’s your favorite image of gratitude in this blog post?
Joan is *very* fetching, indeed! (And so are you.)
I am on a bus headed for the US today and hope that the bus can cross the border (where truckers have set up a protest)
I hope you got through okay, Maureen. One of my favorite images is imagining the two of us meeting someday!
It took a few extra hours and attempts at different crossings, some furtive backroad routes and a couple of detours through gravel parking lots, but the driver did get us across.
I would love to meet you, too. Happy Valentine’s Day
My favorite image is the city beyond the sea beyond the birds, Ann! Happy Valentine’s Day Eve.
Happy Valentine’s Day, my friend!
The very first one. It raises questions. Is it safe to walk out? Will the water recede more, or will it cut me off? Will an orange haired monster accost me? Maybe I’ll just admire the view!
It’s safe, Peter!
I like the one of you and Joan. It’s so nice to see you.
I’m finding it difficult to pick a single favorite image, especially between pictures of the water and Joan, and the Pop Tarts made me laugh. And while I like both cannoli and stout I don’t think they’re a good combination. Some things are just best on their own.
Thanks for leaving this comment, Chris.
I love the gnome coming out of the tree and raccoon giving him side eye
I love that you love that, beth!
My favourite image is the one of you and Joan both looking happy. But I also love the shoreline photos.
I love seeing you in this blog, Maureen!
I like the 12th (?) photo. Triangle of rocks and birds in the foreground, city skyline in the background.
I like that photo too, my friend!
I think the photo of you and Joan is tremendous, Ann! Happy Valentine’s Day!! 🙂
We love Nuts.com as well, Ann, so that made me smile. But as a favorite, I have to call out Joan with the Tiger. That’s just too sweet!
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