Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. There are many posts in my brain on true love, the positive side of divorce, dating (or not) as a single parent and relationships in general. But larger deadlines loom, and so those posts will have to wait for now. Heck, some will require a different platform than this one. Instead, I leave you with 6 quotes on love for you to stew on. I would *love* your thoughts on them, as they are different from your typical quotes on romance and love. Oh, how my perspective has changed over this past year.
Today’s Wordless Wednesday photos were taken by my friend and travel companion in Nicaragua, Caitlin Kelly of the Broadside blog. Caitlin’s travels recently brought her to Paris where she had the unique opportunity to attend the unity march, an anti-terror rally that came on the heels of the Charlie Hebdo attack. To read more about the rally and Caitlin’s experience, read her post “Follow the pencil!”…today’s historic Paris unity march.
Caitlin Kelly frequently writes on business for The New York Times, where she has published more than 100 stories, several of them the most-read of the day’s edition. Other clients include Ladies Home Journal, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Smithsonian and More. She blogs at www.broadsideblog.wordpress.com, with 13,000 readers worldwide. Author of Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail and Blown Away: American Women and Guns, Caitlin lives in Tarrytown, NY.
Continuing on with a month of guest posts here on the blog, today’s Wordless Wednesday photos were taken by my friend and amazing photographer, Tamara Bowman of Tamara Like Camera. Tamara also took the photo of me on the home page of this website and the one you see every time I comment here. Dapple was involved that day too.
Oh, and there’s a linky at the end of the post in case you’d like to join in the Wordless Wednesday fun.
Tamara is a professional photographer, a mama of two, a writer/blogger and a nearly professional cookie taster. She has been known to be all four of those things at all hours of the day and night. She is a very proud contributor to the book, The Mother Of All Meltdowns. After two cross country moves, due to her intense Bi-Coastal Disorder, she lives with her husband, daughter and son in glorious western Massachusetts.