Thursday, November 12, 2009

I heart...


Please embiggen the photo to read the messages more clearly. This couple "hearts" each other, they love their church, and the fish symbol indicates they love Jesus.

28 comments:

Rambling Round said...

I love this photo!

nopham said...

Hi Jacob & L.A..
..Got your message...We're in Texas...e-mail me nopham@aol.com. Good luck! Smooth sailing! and congratulations!

Leif Hagen said...

Well, it's better to make love than war, right?

Don and Krise said...

There is definitely a whole lotta luvin' going on here. We can feel it clear up here.

Vogon Poet said...

Hope their display of love is sincere toward all the interested parts. Well caught!

Small City Scenes said...

I am with Leif--well not actually WITH him but--aw heck you know what I mean.

We generally have pretty mild winters here. Since Stanwood itself is really right at sea level winter time is generally just wet. Too much rain and the river rises and there can be a threat of a flood. where I live--North and East of town, about 12 miles away--it is around 1000 feet which out is in the foothills and also is just above snow level. So when it snows out here we may get snow but Stanwood itself doesn't. Or if it does it won't stay around but will up here. Following this?
It can get into the teens but seldom and almost never will it be single digits. So I would say an averge for winter would be in the 40s--RAIN--OR 30S--COLD AND SUNNY. Some years we will have no snow at all and that has been the norm but the last 3 years we have had plenty of the white stuff. It has been predicted to be a warmer winter this year. I will just wait and see. I hope that answers your question--er what was your question? LOL MB

Cezar and Léia said...

I loved those words...Did you know where I can find "I love my wife and I love my husband and I love my cat"?
LOL
Happy weekend dear friends,

Léia

Ilse said...

With their priorities in order . . . one can only envy these people & their presumed contentment.

brattcat said...

I bet they whistle while they work.

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - Yah shure, but the opposite of love is not war, it's hate. And the opposite of war is not love, it's peace.

Didja get that?

Sheesh! I gotta 'splain ev'rthing to you!

I guess you've jest got yer mind on thet makin' love stuff!

Have a fun weekend which I'm shure you will!

Halcyon said...

Seems to be a lot of heart-ing going on in that family!

Lois said...

Very loving folks!

Dan J. said...

I sense a lot of love in this room......

Jarart said...

It's interesting to see what people will display on their cars. This is mild compared to some of the stickers I've seen around here lately.

Daryl said...

I hear all you need is love ..

Prospero said...

Jacob, thank you for fleshing out the piscatorial reference.

cieldequimper said...

Did I just hear a man and wife shouting at each other?! Oh I know, I shouldn't say things like these! This is a very nice one, you have an eye for these things! Excellent post!

Tricia said...

They're just a big 'heart-y' family! hehehehehe

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I guess these guys are thinking positive. I always wonder why people feel like they need to tell the world what they love by plastering it on their cars, though. ;-)

Jacob said...

@ EG - Me, too!

Jacob said...

@ Lois - Some cynics might call this "heart" disease.

Jacob said...

@ MB - Thank you; that really helps in terms of getting a feel for your area. I don't remember my question, but you sure gave a great answer!

Lee Spangler said...

Caught up on your past posts-found the "Indian" grocery ironic in former Ocala and Seminole country. Nice loving sentiments..., but I'm more interested in actions rather than words, how people behave when the going is tough is more telling!

tapirgal said...

I guess that beats the monster pickup truck I saw the other day filled with hate stickers.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Certain people overdo it with their love!

Marie-Noyale said...

I did not know about the fish meaning!!

Jacob said...

@ Marie-Noyale - It's a stretch but comes from the Greek acronym, Icthus which means fish, but for Christians, spells out "Jesus Christ, Savior of the World." So some folks, mostly "conservative" Christians put fish symbols on their cars...supposedly this symbol was used early on by Christians to identify themselves but that's more likely legend than reality.

Paula said...

I ♥ everything. Really.

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