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Mercy, yes. That is family love.
Messymimi: That's exactly what that photo conveys. I just loved it when I saw it, and I wanted to share it with the world. OK, all six of my readers.
It's love because it's giving and caring without demands. And in an increasingly distant world (people separated by cell phones, etc) that's very difficult to find
This makes me feel all glowy.
LL: Unconditional love, for sure, but the world is as distant as you make it. I put my phone away when I drive and when I'm eating at a restaurant. It's ironic how a technology that brings anyone in the world into your phone instantly, disconnects you from people that you're face-to-face with and an arm's length away.
Wonderful Image. Most dogs do love and protect the little ones.I never look at the phone when driving. Bluetooth through the audio system for the rare phone call I care to answer. And I only look at my phone at a restaurant when I'm through eating and my wife still have 45 minutes to go. She's not overweight. I don't know where she puts it.Friend and I at Chili's last week, and a boy and girl 18-20 probably, seemingly obvious Bernie supporters, stared at their phones the whole 45 minutes. Never looked at each other or said a word to each other. That really is creepy.
That is so adorably cute.
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