4.08.2011

loves

As a little side project I have been having fun making these little prints of things I love. I can't decide if they should say LOVES or just plain LOVE (love dirt / loves dirt).  If I was going to give you a little card or print like this, which would you prefer it to say?
I am dreaming up a little series to illustrate things Lili loves. They will hang like a banner in her bedroom. It is going to be so cute. I might be inundating you with a hundred of these silly little illustrations before I tire of it....

And on that note, I am happy to say we made it through 2 months of our cleanse! We had  burger night with friends to celebrate~ and it was very good. Also, my sister and Dave brought us back a gigantic jar of nutella from Italy, and it is dangerous sitting in our cupboard. DANGEROUS.

Glad we did the cleanse, very glad it is over. : )

6 comments:

Erin said...

LoVE it! I think I like LOVE better than LOVES but I don't really think you could go wrong either way. Both are excellent!

Nancy Tripp said...

I like "loves" better b/c it makes me wonder who loves? "Love" sounds sort of like a command....

Frivolitea said...

you could write "I love ...." That way there is no confusion about who loves what:)

Linda said...

It's always interesting to see what "loves" you may have passed on to your children. I feel a kinship with your "loves" for sure.

I like the loves phrase. At first it confused me ... but I like that it did that ... made me think. It feels more expansive.

From your mama who loves that her daughter loves.

Kathleen said...

Amen, Linda! I vote for loves.
And by the way, I loves you, little Kelcey and am so grateful you married Alley Cat. xo

The other mother ;-)

Carrie said...

Matt and I like "loves." It's softer and more active. And I loves this idea! :)