I know I am repeating myself but thank you so much to all amazing bloggers out there who are taking part in “Love Is In Da Blog 2018”. You rock, people, and “Love Is In Da Blog” would not be the same without you!
I would not say that I am infatuated with this lovely blog event but I love it dearly. There might be someone out there though who is? No matter what, that is the prompt word for today:
Find an explanation for the word, find antonyms, find sayings, create a love song, an image or dance to it. Or do something entirely different. I am looking forward to reading your creations!
And just to remind ourselves:
“Love Is In Da Blog” Rules/suggestions
- Join in! No matter where, when and with what. You missed the first day or week? Don’t worry. Just jump in when it suits you.
- Send us the link! Unfortunately, my blog is now self-hosted and the ping-back option does not always work. So please leave a link in the comments on the day of the prompt that you are writing to so we can all come and visit you.
- Tag your post either with “Love Is In Da Blog” or #LoIsInDaBl. You can also use these as hashtags for Twitter and other Social Networks to give your post more exposure.
- No matter which medium the prompt favours you create with them whatever you please, and whatever length you please (no pun intended ) as long as it is about “LOVE.”
- If you like, use this picture for your readers to find the posts. You can download or copy and paste it here and the prompt 10 image here
Now my dear readers go, create and have a lot of fun!
Fellow Bloggers who took part in previous “Love Is In Da Blogs”:
Second Wind Leisure Perspectives: Love Means Never Having to Buy Your Own Wet Suit
Something to read about infatuation:
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The Infatuations by Javier Marias
The Infatuations is a critically acclaimed novel by the great Spanish writer Javier Marias.Every day, Maria Dolz stops for breakfast at the same cafe. And every day she enjoys watching a handsome couple who follow the same routine. Then one day they aren’t there, and she feels obscurely bereft.It is only later, when she comes across a newspaper photograph of the man, lying stabbed in the street, his shirt half off, that she discovers who the couple are. Some time afterwards, when the woman returns to the cafe with her children, who are then collected by a different man, and Maria approaches her to offer her condolences, an entanglement begins which sheds new light on this apparently random, pointless death.With The Infatuations, Javier Marias brilliantly reimagines the murder novel as a metaphysical enquiry, addressing existential questions of life, death, love and morality….