I have decided to give my February blog an All You Need is Love theme. I’m not simply talking about the traditional romantic type of love normally assigned to this one month out of the year. What I plan to write about is centered on the love of life, family, faith, experiences, and one another. It’s what the world and I both need right now. We are living in bleak times, and love can shine a light into that darkness. Where there is love, there is hope.
Reasons I plan to dedicate the month to the subject
- Firstly, this year I find myself faced with a different sort of challenge. I will be recovering from knee replacement surgery. I want to keep my mind focused on pleasant, heartwarming things to aid the healing process.
- Secondly, I don’t have to leave my home on an adventure to find love. It is something I can access easily.
- Thirdly, I can get many of these posts written ahead of time since I know the subject matter. Have them scheduled to post during recovery will mean I don’t have to feel obligated to sit at a computer.
- And finally, it is my birthday month, and I can write about love if I want to. Plus, it is what the world needs right now.
I hope you enjoy my All You Need is Love theme. I will also attempt to add some surgery and recovery updates. Since I started writing The Knee Replacement Boogie to help other people with a similar medical issue, I feel obligated to finish what I started. I’m not sure I can pull this off, but I’m going to try because one of the things I love in life is blogging.
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5 thoughts on “All You Need is Love”
Great idea for a theme. Looking forward to all the love.
Imagine a world where people mattered more than things or plans. Imagine a world where even the homeless felt loved. 💕🙏
Sending lots of love and light your way…💫❤️
Prayers for a speedy recovery!