Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Love and Kisses

I felt a bit remiss for letting Valentine’s Day pass this year with nary a bloggish mention, when I ran into this-

“People who throw kisses are hopelessly lazy.”
                                                                                       Bob Hope

And it occurred to me that expressions of love on electronic posts are a form of laziness, too. Too easy, too casual, too nothing.

This is my excuse for not posting electronically virtual chocolate wishes.

But even if belated, I had to share this image. This is one way the blogosphere excels. It allows me to  throw some art I love your way. 
Because I *do* love you for bothering to stop by, and you deserve at least this much---
©Shelagh Duffett

11 comments:

Karen Jones Gowen said...

I love this art too, the bright colors, the simplicity of it. Thank you for sharing!

Anna Staniszewski said...

Oh, I love that image! Good choice. :-)

Ann Herrick said...

Thanks for posting that--it's wonderful. :)

Anonymous said...

So much fun! Reminds me of one of my new fav picture books: WOOF: A LOVE STORY by Sarah Weeks.

theartofpuro said...

Love it!

Vijaya said...

I love this new technology for sharing ... letters, notes, posts ... it's all good. Love the artwork. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I love the artwork....vibrant. I do prefer real chocolate over virtual,but the later is calorie-free.

Kelly Hashway said...

I didn't mention Valentine's Day on my blog on the actual day either. I really am not big at all on the holiday. Love isn't about one specific day.

Love the image.

Jenni Enzor said...

Love the quote and the image. It's nice to let Valentines last all month long.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous painting--love the bright colors.

Marcia said...

My dad always included Valentine's Day as one of those holidays that "were invented just to make the cash register go cling." (Mother's and Father's Day were others he cited.) Love the picture.