My man in the snow.

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?


What’s your favorite love story?

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”

  1. 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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