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0 Thoughts on “Love Is

  1. Well, I sure as hell hope I figure it out one day!!!

    Oh, but unconditional love is the love you feel when you have kids… that part I know!

  2. Oh that’s something else entirely.

    I was speaking more about a friend in a situation right now.

  3. I think that most people are afraid to LET themselves just have faith and to “believe” in the feelings they have. Some of us have been hurt so badly, we can’t see past the pain to what really lies beneath.

    I agree with you on several (actually everything) in this post. I know that when I find the right person, I would definitely do whatever it took. Relocate, compromise, etc etc.

    I hope your friend figures it out and I have faith one day I’ll find the kind of love you speak about.

  4. I know what you mean about “thinking” you were in love before. I too had a few people that I thought was love… And now being with my BF I know it was a mere passing fancy. And that is it.

    Great post!!!!!

  5. cheri on July 25, 2007 at 4:21 pm said:

    That love sounds so wonderful! Damn I guess I’ve never really been in love…with a man. I do love my boy!!

  6. Thats soo true on so many levels. One really never knows love until the day they find it and it takes you by surprise because its so new and wonderful.

  7. Sodapop – I agree that fear is a problem but if it’s the right person they can probably ease the fear just by being who they are.

    Cheri – That’s a lot of love and I’m just spewing crap…I just know it’s what I believe for myself.

    Frankie – Yes.

  8. For me, looking back, I realize that there were a lot of times when I *wanted to be in love with someone* and so acted like I was in love with someone. Having never been there, never been in love, you don’t really know how it works or how it’s going to happen. You see movies & TV shows, read books & try to figure out the trick, the process, the plan of action you need to follow to get there.

    But, it ends up, there isn’t one. Or, maybe there is, but it’s nothing you can control.

    It’s just finding the right person at the right time when both of you are ready for it (whether you realize it right at first, or not). There may be some maneuvering, some changing of perspective, some ritual courting dance moves that make both of you feel comfortable & willing to bare your hearts and share your lives, but it’s going to be different for every couple, in every relationship. The steps, the plan, the process, the ‘tricks’, the game, the mating ritual that makes you realize that you want to spend forever with someone & wish that you had known them your whole life… that has to be different for each couple, the way a certain key will only fit a certain lock & will be completely useless in another.

  9. Maureen, that was said SO well! :clap: I think you should have written this post. That’s why I’d love for you to be a contributor to this blog.

  10. Yep. Mmm hmmm. Nodding here.

    I thought I found love, but had the farthest thing from it. Who knows, maybe I’ll find it with The Photographer. If not, then I’ll keep looking. It’s out there!!!


  11. We’ve all made that mistake before.

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