Friday, August 21, 2009

What I Still Know About Love






All of the
lessons I learned falling in and out of love finally tumbled into two very important words.
I will.... I will..... I will.....

Sometimes love comes to unravel us.
Let it.







Photography: Mimi Lenox

21 comments:

Linda said...

I could do with some unraveling myself ...

Lovely thoughts, Mimi, lovely.

Svem said...

Like so many things about love, this is easier said than done.

Celeste Maia said...

Love for me is being in a state of perpetual Mozartian joy.

You have a fantastic blog. I came here through Bobbie and Karin, and am also joining the Blast for Peace movement, and will be getting the Globe.

Thom said...

Well hmmmph...I always say "Aint Love Grand?" What if the lesson is a crappy one? hmmm I mean not every lesson in life is always what we want it to be...sad but true

fishingaround said...

I like it! :)

How did the boy's first day go?

Akelamalu said...

Love at it's best is beautiful. :)

Is Baby Boy happy?

Bond said...

pout - I can not see the pictures...

I am hopeful you become unraveled real soon.

Charles Gramlich said...

Good point. Sometimes we need to unravel so we can knit back together stronger.

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

Sometimes it does... and in the unraveling we become stronger.
{HUGS}

The Gal Herself said...

I love that you came up with "I Will." For that's the title of the Beatle song that seems to describe love more profoundly for me with each passing year. We love who we love, even if we haven't exactly found him yet.

So I'm with ya, sister! (Oh, how familiar I have become when addressing my Queen!)

Xmichra said...

I will make you dinner, you will do the dishes.

I will not flush the toilet while you shower.

I will let you be manly in public, but we know who wears the pants ;)

Indeed, I will works great!

Mojo said...

Meh. Love.

That's never worked out so well for me. Maybe I'm wrapped too tight to unravel.

Speedcat Hollydale said...

Love amplifies ... EVERYTHING

Julie said...

Hmmm very interesting. I guess it depends on how good your basting stitch is sewn in there.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

We could all do with unravelling.

Travis said...

I know I didn't mind being unraveled. Of course, it was a mutual unraveling so I guess that makes it even better.

RennyBA's Terella said...

Beautiful photos and lovely worlds - thanks for sharing!

Happy Weekend :-)

LADYHIGHTOWER said...

Ah, my Queen! Would that it could be so easy! For sometimes those silken skeins become too loosely stretched and the raveling dies at next love's first kiss. Please, for me,Sweet Queen! Tell Picard, his servant, The Lady H, would gladly unravel him upon the morrow.....

Ferd said...

I'm in harmony with The Gal Herself:

And when at last I find you
Our love will fill the air
Sing it loud so I can hear you
Make it easy to be near you
For the things you do
Endear you to me
Ah, you know I will
I will

katherine. said...

Carole King's "Tapestry" ?

Mimi Lenox said...

**tapping fingers - waiting for the grand unravel**

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