Tomorrow is love day. A fun day to show some fluffy love.
I’m not a big fan of Valentine’s Day, but I’m not turning down my hubby’s dinner invitation.
I don’t like receiving flowers unless my hubby finds a bargain. And we all know that does not happen on Valentine’s Day.
But for me, love is an action. Servant-heart-action. A few ways I act out, I mean, show my servant-heart-love is to:
- Wash and fold my hubby’s clothes,
- Make my hubby’s lunches for work, and
- Make my hubby’s dinner.
That may not sound like servant-heart-love to you, but let me tell you that I AM showing servant-heart-love because I DO NOT like to cook.
My mom once presented me with a plaque that read, “The kitchen is closed. The queen does not cook”.
But in all seriousness, love in action is the most powerful kind of love I can show. And the quote below sums up love beautifully.
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
― Victor Hugo, Les Misérables
So I really hope my hubby sees the face of God in me, knowing I try my best to show my servant-heart-love in action.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
P.S. Share the love with another of my whimsical works of work called, “Love Somebunny”. It’s up for sale over at www.tracy-campbell.artistwebsites.com.
P.P.S. What does love mean to you?
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