Today’s prompt is How do you show love?
In the movie Love Story, Ali MacGraw’s character Jenny famously said, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” Then she died.
I love that movie. The snow scenes, the theme song, the…love story. Beautiful!
But I never understood what that line meant. Furthermore, it spooked me. As I sit here writing this blog, I am realizing that I’ve lived my life in a constant state of saying “I’m sorry” because of that line! The reason? I don’t want to die young!
BREAKING NEWS: Blogger, 53, realizes she’s no longer young and decides to stop saying she’s sorry. Wonders, is end near?
To answer the question, “How do you show love?” I will tell you something: I love taking pictures of my man in the snow. I love taking pictures of Jesse in all kinds of situations, but I especially love taking pictures of him in the snow.
Thanks for reading. Also: I’m sorry.
Living in fear so I don’t die,
One thought on “Snowman”
perhaps there is another perspective of dying . . . “dying” to self in order to live fully to self opens many paths of expression — love your focus of pictures of someone you care about, capturing moments in time . . . priceless living of love!
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