This week Frank at Beach Walk Reflections is hosting #WQWWC #11 Love. As his followers read his post, several left song titles in the comment section. The one I though of was “Who Wrote the Book of Love?” by the Monotones in 1957.
Funny tidbit, if you are old enough to remember the song, you will probably remember the commercial that inspired it.
“You’ll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent.”Pepsodent
To join in the challenge, check out your own favorite “love” quotes and write a response on your blog. Leave a pingback to Frank’s blog, and we will both visit your blog and leave a comment.
You blog may be linked in the following week’s #WQWWC post.
Amanda Mac’s quote on Trust
Frank at Beach Walk Reflections
I coordinated this walk with Marsha’s Always Write blog and her “Writer’s Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge” (WQWWC). Because my post is a day ahead of hers, I will link the challenge here as soon as possible. I invite everyone to return throughout the week because those who accept the challenge will pingback or list it in the comments. Also, feel free to accept her challenge.
I like walking on the beach. It is good for the mind, body, and soul – a refreshing on my feet.
I always start and end these walks with the same phrase. “Like” is the first important verb, but I could use “love” instead. Not only is love a stronger emotion than like, love may be one of the strongest human emotions.
Love is a complicated word – a word having many meanings in English. Love is a word that other languages use multiple words signifying different contexts of love. For instance, Philia, Eros, Xenia, and Agape in Greek are all love in English – but used differently. After all, we have a different love for parents, siblings, family, pets, places, friends, lovers, and activities we enjoy. At least the Greeks have multiple words for different meanings. Continue Reading
Thank you so much for hosting #WQWWC #11 Love this week, Frank. I enjoyed your post very much including your comment section.