The Painter's Honeymoon, 1864, by Frederick, Lord Leighton. Public domain image from WikiMedia.
The Painter’s Honeymoon, 1864, by Frederick, Lord Leighton. Public domain image from WikiMedia.

A really beautiful post about valuing what’s actually valuable — in general, and in each other.

What’s truly of worth and value can get a bit lost in the consumption-oriented, materialistic culture.

So it was lovely to read this heartful reminder. Enjoy.

Big Love,
Jamie

See, there's this thing called biology...

“There’s no love for a poor man,” ahhh, now there’s a Google search term that just broke my heart. It isn’t true, you know, there is lots of love for a poor man, poor in riches, but well off in spirit. I married such a man, on purpose, and it was the best decision I ever made. He has a good heart and soul, comes from a large family, and built himself a business that has always kept food on the table and the lights on. How can I not admire such a man? He’s made something out of nothing. Besides having raised four kids, we’ve taken trips, gone camping, bought a house, had some great fun and good memories.

One of the best things about my job is that I get to work with a lot of widows and widowers and they tell me the most beautiful love stories…

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