Now I love quotes and, as most of you probably know, I'm a big fan of Erma Bombeck and Groucho Marx amongst others. I even like to fondly think that others might, at times, find one or two of the things I say worth repeating ...
Ok, unlikely but hey, lets not shatter my illusions ;-).
Anyway, I have been following the challenge (although not joining in or commenting because I've been such a crap blogger for the last few months) but I've decided that should really change because I love my blog and I'm buggered if I'm going to let it just slip away so I'm going to start with joining in the challenge for today at least and see where it leads me. (When, just like the old days, you find that you are drowning in Fudge feel free to head over and take it up with Donna :-).
Today's challenge is to post a quote about love.
I'm really not a romantic in the traditional sense. I don't want big gestures or declarations. It doesn't need to be all deep, profound and meaningful.
Those of you who have been around for a while may recognise this quote from a post a I wrote over a year ago now. For me it sums up the true meaning of romance, the way I think things should be and the way I'd like to feel.