I see love as not romantic nor do I see love as chocolate, and surely not as flowers that die and wither up! I see love as perseverance. Love is long-suffering and “true” love is forever. The psychology of love in my eyes is simple – Love is a noun, love is an adverb, love is a verb, love can be a conjunction, love is an adjective and love can be a past participle. And most definitely, a dangling participle. Indeed, the psychology of a loving relationship can fall into any grammatical category. Or simply put by Paul McCartney in the song:“The End: And in the end, the love you take Is equal to the love you make…”
husband: come on jump in babe… Jump in! You’re not still upset about the gift I got you? I told you, I could only find my size socks. Come on, its MY vacation, let’s have some fun… Come on the water is safe.Tune in next Sunday for our next Sunday Silly. Make sure you friend me on Facebook to join in the fun.
Caption: Some are meant to be together forever… Others not so much.
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