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A Valentine

To all my blogtastic pals on Valentines day
that is to say anyone who ventures here
please take this heart from me, with love X

To cement a new friendship,
 especially between foreigners or persons of a different social world, 
a spark with which both were secretly charged must fly from person to person, 
and cut across the accidents of place and time.

from The Ape in Me, 1959 -  Cornelia Otis Skinner


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  1. And that is a proper neon heart - Very lovely, Saz and those words you chose are very beautiful, thank you for your kind wishes - Have a saz fabulous weekend! xox

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  3. oops! sorry 'bout that.

    love it! and will happily pass it on.. wishing you a fantastically happy v-day as well!! :D

    blessings,
    Tracie

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  4. okay I'll take the heart but I'd rather have candy.

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  5. Hi, as I was waiting for your blog to load, I was thinking, I should post a big heart on my blog tomorrow to say how much I appreciate the people who have visited my blog since I started in a month ago...the people in Canada and the UK...and then your blog opens, and there's this message. Thanks Saz for the support to a stranger across the ocean. What a cool way to connect and know we have more in common than not.

    sallymandy

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  6. Thank You, hope you have a happy day.

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  7. Oh my goodness! I can't believe you have a quote from Cornelia Otis Skinner. She was a fascinating woman...writer, actress! A warm and thoughtful post!
    Happy Valentine's Day to you!
    Catherine

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  8. Thank you and a Happy Valentine's Day to you! :-)

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  9. Happy Valentine to you!
    Even though I don’t have time to drop by every day those days, when I do, I read every bit! Greetings from the sunny but cold Shuswap!

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  10. A wonderful wish. We are all touched.

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  11. Happy Valentine's Day to you, too. Blogging friends rule!

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  12. Thank you my new friend, I accept your heart willingly...and enjoyed the small quote from the marvelous under appreciated Ms Skinner! Oh how I loved her words(works)
    Sandi

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  13. Aw, thank you! Hope you had a wonderful V-day!

    Peace - D

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  14. Belated Happy Valentine's Day. Thank you for the heart.

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Thanks for stopping by!

Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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