Friday, November 10, 2006

True Love


As some of you may have noticed Girl Friday has been noticiably absent the last few weeks. If you didn't notice, shame on you! I've been a little under the weather, but I'm slowly getting my mojo back. It's driving me crazy not to be buzzing around the blog commenting on everybody's posts, but it's just been too exhausting. Not to worry, I'll be back with witty comments soon!

My blog post today is about true love. People have so many different definitions of what true love is. I just wanted to write about what I think true love means. If it's a little too sappy for a Friday let's just blame it on the drugs I'm taking and leave it at that.

True love doesn't care if you haven't showered in two days. True love will still kiss you and not mention the bo or the bad breath.

True love doesn't care if you are grouchy because you haven't been sleeping good and you are in pain. True love will just fluff your pillow again and make you hot chocolate with a smile.

True love wipes your tears when you burst out crying for no apparent reason.

True love reassures you that eventually you will feel better even though you're positive you're going to feel like crap forever.

True love looks longingly into your eyes and tells you that you are beautiful even though you are positive you resemble something from a horror movie.

True love promises that everything is going to be back to normal and better very soon and you believe him...because true love never lies.

I hope that every one of you has true love in your life whether it comes from your spouse, significant other, child, or pet.

Since I can't post a pic of my true love you'll have to settle for my favorite
"true love" couple in history.

Ronald & Nancy Reagan

Who is your favorite couple?

Happy Friday!



All that matters is what's long as your outside is wearing the tiara.REVENGE OF THE HOMECOMING QUEEN, coming from Berkley Jam in July 2007


Simone Elkeles said...

My favorite couple are my cousins in Canada. They are really best friends and are retired and enjoying traveling together and visiting their children who have moved all over the globe.


Anonymous said...

I have to say that favorite couple is my parents. They will be married 63 years on Monday. And they still sleep spooned together in a double bed.

Obviously, finding true love the first time around was not passed on through their genes. They had two daughters and five son-in-laws!

Great post and I'm glad you're feeling better.

TinaFerraro said...

Oh, what a sweet post, Steph, and I hope you're up and about real soon!

Not that I know them personally or anything, but I find Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson to be inspiring. It seems like they're truly soulmates and defying the Hollywood odds.


TJ Brown said...

Yup, when I had the brain tumor surgery, I found out what true love was all about.

Marley Gibson said...

Awwww...Stephanie! That's so sweet and touching. My parents have been married for 52 years and they still hold hands, Dad still pulls chairs out for her and small things like that. It's really, I have that as a role model.

Hope you're feeling better, Stephanie!!

Marley = )