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Updated on August 31, 2016

To say I Love You....

are the most important words you can say to someone, they have to be meant or they are worthless...these words are what has given me years of a successful marriage. This is the secret to reaffirming ones commitment in a relationship or marriage, without it you will always wonder what that person really feels....Valentine's Day should be everyday!

Of course this is just my opinion and not a researched fact, but when I think of my own relationship and marriage, it is based on the affirmation of those words, affection and deeds.

I have found that this saying "I Love You" can become a habit if you allow it, just like "not" saying it is a habit...but it has to be what does I Love You mean? To me it means many different things, you can Love in many different ways, my love for my husband is different then the love of my can Love God, your friends, pets, they also have a commitment of meaning.

There's not a day that goes by that my husband does not tell me he loves me, I bet in one day it's not less then a half a dozen times...we kiss each other, we hold hands and hug, we respect each other and want to do for each other...yes this sounds like a fairytale, but it's not always like this, we are human and we have issues at times and get upset with each other, but Love is compromise, sharing and communication (the later hardest of all for a man)

Not only on Valentine's Day do I Love You - but Every Day of the Year!

Not only on Valentine's Day do I Love You but Every Day of the Year!
Not only on Valentine's Day do I Love You but Every Day of the Year!

In the beginning

My husband and I have been through great deal of things that would have broken up many other couples. Coming from completely different backgrounds, ethnicity and religion, baptism of children in a different faith, the separation during the Vietnam War and the aftermath of his service, our separation while having to work in another states for months, moving half a dozen times and I having to be in charge of all the moves and sales of homes, kids moving away and being alone, having a life threatening illness, and many more things that could affect a couples well being. How did we manage these issues? for us it was respecting each others feelings, wanting to make it work and praying for God given guidance....I won't lie, it is hard but when you commit to a relationship like marriage and have done it in the eyes of God, then you have to at least try to not just walk away because it did not feel good or suite your expectations. It's a great idea those that get together for counseling with a professional before marriage.

My mother used to tell me to ask myself these questions about loving someone and making commitments, although funny as some may seem, they are true. These are in order of importance to me...ask yourself: does he believe in God the same as you? does he love his family/parents? does he love animals? would he take care of you for the rest of your life if something happened to you and would you take care of him in the same circumstances? Could you wash his underwear and socks? These questions show sensitivity, and the fact that I could say Yes to all!

Remember you don't need a Valentines Day to use these words...they should be a part of your daily vocabulary.

I would like to share some of the things that my dear husband has done to make this marriage successful with the words " I Love You."

He shows his love by always saying I love you before going to sleep or hanging up on a phone, always making sure that I have what I need or want, just a simple example: if there is something that I like, a food or drink he always leaves it for me to have, or he always asks if there is something that I need to have done, like grocery shopping, laundry, ironing, gardening or house cleaning...oh yes, he does all those things, however we do share these responsibilities...the only thing that I do myself is the cooking, making arrangement like trips or entertainment, financial aspects, the paying of bills and taxes, filing all papers and keeping records (he truly does not want to do this, and I must admit it is stressful for me to do, but at least I know it's being done and done correctly)


Another endearing thing my husbands does, is when his favorite song pertaining to me comes on the radio,"When a Man Loves a Woman" (by Percy Sledge) he would call me on the cell phone and say, this is for the woman I Love!

I have gotten into my car at times and he had the song set on the CD to play as I started the romantic!

I do admit I sound spoiled, and maybe I am because I have so much Love in my life, but I am an easy keeper, I ask for nothing and want nothing...God has Blessed me with this man, what more do I need? The older I get I realize what the most important things are, showing your Love by serving God, family and friends.

see the page "Vietnam- Tour 1966-1967"
see the page "Vietnam- Tour 1966-1967" | Source

Click the photo and check out my husband's lens "Vietnam Tour 1966-1967"

Being retired has been challenging but a freedom I hope all will be able to experience. My husband loves to golf and serve his fellow servicemen through volunteering for the Veterans, the V.V.A. Chapter, Purple Heart Association, Patriotic Soc. VFW Veterans for Veterans and many other Events, including participating in several Funerals a week honoring a Veteran with a ceremony.

God Blessed my husband and brought him home to me. Vietnam was a bad time and experience...he received a Bronze Star and Purple Heart while in Vietnam, but he lost his best friends at the same time, this is who he honors and all that gave of themselves, especially their lives. This is something I admire about him.

I of course paint to my hearts desire and try to do good with what I sell...this is what I enjoy doing.

Both of our daughters have been reared hearing those words "I Love You" and this meaning serves their lives...My heart swells with Joy and Love thinking about them...and I Love and Thank my husband for these two precious gifts of our life.

As different as we might be, we have made it work since 1963 and it will be till we say "see you in heaven" at our death bed, all this because we say " I Love You"

N. Captiva Island, Florida - our Spring vacation

Time together on an Island

Our youngest daughter treated us to a lovely vacation in March 2009 to an Island off of Florida. Best of all, we where together with our sweet daughter.

Illinois June 2009 - Vietnam Veteran Reunion

Vietnam Veteran
Vietnam Veteran

At the Reunion

Every other year the Dreadnaughts, 4 Inf. Div. 2nd 34th Armour have a Reunion somewhere in the US.

Our way to California through Utah 2009

Our way to California through Utah 2009
Our way to California through Utah 2009

Phoenix Arizona 2009

Phoenix Arizona 2009
Phoenix Arizona 2009

A few examples of how to say

"I Love You" in different languages

German:......................Ich liebe Dich

French:......................Je t'aime

Italian:.....................Ti amo

Japanese:....................Kimi o ai shiteru

New Zealand:................ Arohanui

Spanish:..........................Te quiero


Love Quotes

Love is always bestowed as a gift - freely, willingly and without expectation. We don't love to be loved; we love to love.

Leo Buscaglia

Love does not dominate; it cultivates.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

A man falls in love through his eyes, a woman through her ears.

Woodrow Wyatt

Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.

Robert Frost

Books - never too young to teach the words I Love You

I Love You Through And Through
I Love You Through And Through

We as parents always told our children I Love You...they heard us say ir to each other. It's important to teach and show love to a young child so they become accustomed to knowing the true meaning...this helping them in later life.


The language of flowers

photo by Delia
photo by Delia

List of Flowers that include the symbol of Love - just a few listed here

Flowers have a language of their own. Experts disagree on the "true meaning" of many flowers and most have different meanings to different people. So, here are some of the more traditional flower meanings that express Love...these came from 1-800-Flowers

ACACIA - Concealed Love, Beauty in Retirement, Chaste Love

AMBROSIA - Your Love is Reciprocated

ARBUTUS - Thee Only Do I Love

ASTER - Symbol of Love, Daintiness

CAMELLIA (PINK) - Longing for you

CAMELLIA (RED) - You're a Flame in My Heart

CARNATION (GENERAL) - Fascination, Woman Love

CARNATION (RED) - My Heart Aches For You, Admiration

CARNATION (WHITE) - Sweet and Lovely, Innocence, Pure Love, Woman's Good Luck Gift

DAFFODIL - Regard, Unrequited Love, You're the Only One, The Sun is Always Shining when I'm with You

FORGET-ME-NOT - True Love, Memories

GARDENIA - You're Lovely, Secret Love

GLOXINIA - Love at First Sight

IVY - Wedded Love, Fidelity, Friendship, Affection

JONQUIL - Love Me, Affection Returned, Desire, Sympathy, Desire for Affection Returned

MOSS - Maternal Love, Charity

MYRTLE - Love, Hebrew Emblem of Marriage

ORANGE BLOSSOM - Innocence, Eternal Love, Marriage and Fruitfulness

ROSE (BRIDAL) - Happy Love

ROSE (RED) - Love, I Love You

ROSE (THORNLESS) - Love at First Sight

ROSES (Single Full Bloom) - I Love You, I Still Love You

Links to "I LOVE YOU" - in many forms

Be it Love Notes, Jewelry or Balloons, they all can say I Love You


Meanings of some Gems

it can be a way to a Woman's Heart

"Amethyst" - contentment, spirituality, dreams, healing, peace, happiness, love and intuition.

"Jade" - helps with wisdom, mercy, humility, generosity, peace, and harmony. Protective and lucky when worn as jewelry. Place a bit under your pillow at night for restorative dreams. Jade represents many valued attributes: courage, wisdom, mercy, justice, emotional balance, love, and fidelity. It can also signify beauty, generosity, and purity. Jade also symbolizes love, health, wealth, and long life.

"Peridot" - warmth, friendliness, understanding, openness in love and relationships, regulation of cycles.

"Rose Quartz" - The universal meaning of rose quartz is as a stone of love and is great for attracting love. Promotes self-loving and heals emotional wounds as well as promoting peace, forgiveness, and nurturing. This meaning of rose quartz includes love of the self (and self-forgiveness) as well as love of others. People have used rose quartz to bring forgiveness to a relationship and to replace love that might be lost in life. Rose quartz symbolizes the ability to open one's heart to love, the gentle aspect of love as opposed to the passionate.

Another meaning of rose quartz is to promote healing to the wearer. It provides gentle energy for mental and emotional balance.

"Topaz" - true love, success in endeavors, understanding of interrelationships, expression of ideas, trust, health, personal expansion and growth.

So, did you say I Love You?

With gems, flowers, kiss or the words?

Father's Day 2010

Father's Day 2010
Father's Day 2010

Milwaukee Wisconsin

Milwaukee Wisconsin photo by Delia
Milwaukee Wisconsin photo by Delia

Our daughter and her boyfriend made arrangements for her dad and Tom (the boyfriends dad) renting a boat with a picnic on board...gliding through downtown Milwaukee on the River, then out to Lake Michigan, a day filled with Love and Joy.

In the photo we docked at a Bar-landing having a drink, from left to right my hubby Al holding my drink (he does not drink) and the grandog Annie, Scott, Tom (1933-2011) and Elisha in the back.

Our other daughter lives nine hours away, but Al got to hear those words "I Love You dad"

The Big 50th - yes we made it!

"My Love ~ My Life"

I LOVE my family!
I LOVE my family!

the most important Love

the most important Love
the most important Love

What you are is God's gift to you, what you do with yourself is your gift to God: Danish Proverb

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I Love You

A bit corny, but a cute video - above

Are you in the habit of saying these three simple words to your loved ones?

"I Love You"

Created 08/01/2008


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      Rashad 3 years ago

      Holy shiitzn, this is so cool thank you.

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      asereht1970 3 years ago

      Great lens and a beautiful love story.

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      VioletteRose LM 3 years ago

      Beautiful lens :)

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      Johanna Eisler 4 years ago

      Absolutely! Love is a staple in our household, and I hear it countless times a day. Even though my husband works far away every day, I get phone calls throughout the day to ask how I am, what I'm doing, and to tell me he loves me. What a precious man! We have cherished 43 years together and look forward to many more. :)

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      Country Sunshine 4 years ago from Texas

      Such a touching story, and to one which I can relate. I was married to a Vietnam Vet, and they are definitely different to live with! Mine, like yours, told me many times a day how much he loved me. I treasure those memories, now that he has passed away. May your days together be blessed by much more love!

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      Cynthia Davis 4 years ago from Pittsburgh

      Very powerful words that can't be said enough. Your a lucky lady!

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      Charito Maranan-Montecillo 4 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      May you and your husband be blessed with more years ahead. Have a good life. - Ms. Charito from the Philippines

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      Mary Norton 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I am also grateful to have a very good husband. As always, in a relationship, the wanting to try is very important. Have a great holiday full of love.

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      Klaartje Loose 4 years ago

      Oh yes, I say it a lot of times!

      And though I know that one can also show his/her love by the actions one takes, I need to hear the words every now and then, on top of all the sweet gestures.

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      SBPI Inc 4 years ago

      As Love was meant to Be.

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      Therestlesssoul 4 years ago

      Few people are blesses to have a love like this....God bless.

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      TransplantedSoul 4 years ago

      Those are important words for sure!

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      writerkath 4 years ago

      Thank you, dear Delia and Al, for being inspiring examples of true and enduring love. Yes, my hubby and I tell each other all the time that we love each other. The funny thing is, when we first started seeing each other, we had each been through somewhat bitter separations. After a month or so of dating, he said to me - in all seriousness, and with a touch of sadness in his eyes - "I'm not a guy who says 'I love you' to anyone..." I recall feeling a little sad for him (it was still early on in our relationship). And then one day, his eyes were shining and he said, "I love you!" and it has been this way ever since. We'll have been married 15 years in May 2013... together for more than 18! You are absolutely right about it being about mutual respect. I've never had anyone in my life like this, and I sometimes think I have a marriage most women could only dream of. Squid blessings to you and Al! :)

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      Delia 4 years ago

      @writerkath: Hi Kathy...Thank You for your kind words, sounds like you have found your soul-mate as well. My hubby was extremely shy and was not of many words,(especially I Love You) just the opposite of myself...guess I brought him out of his shell, because he has a great personality and is not shy one bit!

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      momsfunny 4 years ago

      Bless your lens and spread the love!

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      Delia 5 years ago

      @Helene-Malmsio: Thank You sweet Helen..

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      Helene-Malmsio 5 years ago

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      Happy Valentine Day!

      All the very best to you and your loved ones, from me and mine!



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      Helene Malmsio aka. SCSS

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      cmadden 5 years ago

      Such a very nece sentiment, lovely lens.

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      Stephen Bush 5 years ago from Ohio

      We all need to hear these words, and you have provided the perfect reminder. SquidAngel blessings.

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      norma-holt 5 years ago

      Beautiful to share your love in this way. Love your family shots and the tribute to your husband. Blessed and have a great and enjoyable holiday season and extra special 2013. Hugs

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      mjoonline 5 years ago

      Lovely lens and you look like a lovely couple. I'm pretty good with saying I love you to my loved ones and I think that has a lot to do with the fact that I love myself. If you don't have self love, how can you truly love anyone else.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      So lovely lens :) Yes, I tell my boyfriend that I love him everyday..but I feel I should say those three words more often to others loved ones.

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      aussiejon 5 years ago

      Two simple words that can convey so much, but sadly used far to infrequently... thanks for reminding me to say it more often!

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      siobhanryan 5 years ago

      This touched my heart-it fills me with awe when I read about love like yours-Blessed

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      Diva2Mom 5 years ago

      WOW, what a real BEAUTIFUL, captivating lens! This is ONE of my most favorite lens, because my husband and I are the same way too. We always say I LOVE YOU no matter what! It's so TRUE that marriage is not always a bed of Roses. However, we definitely can spice it up to make it like a Fairytale, by saying the word, 'I love you' as often as we can. When we argue about something, it normally doesn't last longer than 5 minutes because we end up saying the word "I love you". We can't take it when we say something hurtful to each other more than 3 sentences I think, hahaha, so the word I love you cuts our argument time by 70%. It's amazing how these 3 powerful words can do in marriage. We do not leave each other's side without saying I love you; we do not let an hour pass by without saying something nice to each other. My husband is everything to me. He's my soulmate and best friend. My husband is real quiet and an introvert person, while I am the real opposite; I'm "bubbly, loud" and have an extrovert personality. So we have a great balance of charm and temper, haha. I make him laugh with my jokes no matter how mopy or cranky he is; and when I'm unusually quiet, he does his role to lift me up by making sure that I'm ok. He always makes sure that I'm well, happy and taken care of, even though I am a very domesticated wife, who also makes sure he's the same way. I love being married, and you're absolutely right, saying the word "I love you" as often as we can to our spouse, children, etc. makes a HUGE difference in life. Thank you so much for this incredibly interesting topic. I loved it! God bless you Delia dear, and stay fabulous the way you are! Huge hug :) God bless you and your dear husband!

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      rawwwwwws lm 5 years ago

      By the way, thanks for sharing!

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      rawwwwwws lm 5 years ago

      WOW! Very sweet, your lenses are always personal and from the heart, that is why people always keep coming for more :) Such cute and adorable pictures above!

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      SteveKaye 5 years ago

      These three words are a powerful replacement for any worry that bubbles up in our minds.

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      raelcalu 5 years ago

      how sweet...this is nice...i'd like reading this kind of personal lenses.

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      Joanie Ruppel 5 years ago from Keller, Texas

      I really enjoy lenses such as yours where I get to "meet" another lensmaker. You sure do have a blessed life and it moved me to tears since I lost my beloved husband a few years ago. Many more years to you both!

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      AngelDeanSquidoo 5 years ago

      You have a big heart.

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      ottnepal 5 years ago

      "Ma Timi lai Maya garchhu" in Nepali

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      gypsyman27 lm 5 years ago

      I have been so moved by this page. I believe in love and I am in love again with someone after years of being alone with my boys. (I am a single father or was, they are grown up now) This page acknowledges love as the single most necessary emotion that we have. Thanks for including us in your thoughts and letting us see them. See you around the galaxy...

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      Laraine Sims 5 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      Sometimes this has to be learned by some because of their upbringing or?? I am happy to say that my husband was a quick study. Thank you so much for bearing your soul to us. We can learn so much from others.

      Angel blessings!

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      I was raised with lots of "I love you's" and hugs. My 4 brothers are very demonstative too. Saying I love you means so much.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      My husband and I also say I love you often. It has made me realize that couples should always say I love you as a greeting and as a good-bye when they are parting. It makes a very big difference in the relationship just to know that the other cares. (And saying I love you is such a very romantic gesture too). I love having shared this time with you and your husband.

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      Scriber1 LM 5 years ago

      When I was a child, my Mom said "I love you" each and every day at least twice. I believe that made a huge impact on me for the better. Today, I say "I love you" to my partner often and to my mom, sister and dear friends every time we speak. Great lens and timeless message!!

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      Drake McSherry 5 years ago from Milwaukee, WI

      That is one of the most wonderful, heart warming and beautiful love stories I've read in ages. Thank you so much for sharing this lens with us. I feel blessed that I have a partner to share "I Love You's" with everyday. I also feel blessed just to have read this. BTW- It was a nice surprise to see you are from Wisconsin. I am as well. :) Take care!

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      kathysart 6 years ago

      Yes oh yes to saying I love you.. I do say it often at least 5 times a day to my husband. Angel blessed lens.

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      MasterOfSpanish 6 years ago

      I love you! and love saying "I love you" to my partner.

      Also "Te quiero" in Spanish.

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      goo2eyes lm 6 years ago

      3 little words which bond two hearts forever. thanks for sharing. everyday is valentine's day.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      This lens is beautiful. Loved hearing your story. It is good to hear (and refreshing too I might add) that you and your hubby are still in "love"!!

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      Laraine Sims 6 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      Married life can bring joy, peace, an atmosphere of stability and contentment. You may just have found the secret my friend.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      hi delia, my dear friend, thank ya for enjoying my clothes lens

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      Norbert Isles 6 years ago from Philippines

      Beautiful lens about the most important words for the beloved.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      ya look great in jeans delia, congrats! I love you my friend, dearest kisses

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I love ya Delia, my beautiful friend, you're so beautiful, kisses!

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      Delia 7 years ago

      @everythingsbaby: Nadia...sometimes a boy or even a girl at childhood is never told or shown true Love...this can make a big difference in life on how they use these words....but for me having God in our lives also makes that difference.

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      everythingsbaby 7 years ago

      I love this lens, I think you and i are lucky to have husband who know how to say I LOVE U, i knew some guys just do not know how to say them.thank you so much for this beautiful lens

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      HorseAndPony LM 7 years ago

      What a great lens. You and your husband are such a wonderful couple. Thanks for sharing your story and the importance of saying "I Love You".

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      Anthony Godinho 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I was here before and loved this lens, Delia...just wanted to drop by and sprinkle some squid angel dust. Happy New Year and God bless! **Blessed by a Squid-Angel**

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      Tr0y 7 years ago

      I was struck by this lens. Truly, love is such a wonderful thing and just like you, I have a wonderful partner to share it with.

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      julieannbrady 7 years ago

      OMG, seriously! I have fallen in love whilst reading your loving page. It oozes L-O-V-E!

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      Anthony Godinho 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Awesome reading through this lens ~ wishing you much success in your life and marriage and walk with the Lord! It sure is important to acknowledge our love for one another and to show it everyday in deed. Love truly is the foundation of everything, I mean the love of God. Remember that you're loved and that Jesus love you! :)

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      rewards4life info 7 years ago

      Beautiful lens. "Kocham cie" means "I love you" in Polish. Lensrolling to my love pages. Thanks for sharing.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I Love You!

      Susie x

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I'm gonna get me an i-love-you-talking-husky too. Beautiful lens*

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      callinsky lm 7 years ago

      That is beautiful. It almost made me cry. What a wonderful relationship that the two of you have.

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      clemency lm 7 years ago

      What a beautiful lens and so very inspiring, congratulations on your long and happy marriage. Lensrolled to my 7 ways to say i love you lens. 5*****

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      McGunn21 7 years ago

      Great lens... really love the layout and the use of the colors. Great content and I loved watching the videos. Great work d-artist

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      Achim Thiemermann 8 years ago from Austin, Texas

      I've given 5 stars previously to this lovely lens...just coming back to visit my "sister url" (mine has hyphens: say-i-love-you, yours uses underscores; that's why we both can have the same url). Happy Valentine's to a beautiful couple! :-)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Terrific lens, colourful and well laid out. Thank you.

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      Susan Deppner 8 years ago from Arkansas USA

      What a "love"-ly lens. You do sound a bit spoiled, but rightly so! (I am, too, after almost 29 years.) Returning the lensroll to my Heart-Shaped Lockets lens!

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      stacy mcdaniel 8 years ago

      Wonderful Lens! My husband and I are still in love after 16 years. We say "I love you" everyday. We still kiss and hold hands. Our son was making fun of us the other day because we always go through this long goodbye every time we get ready to hang up.

      This started back when was dating because we didn't like to hang up. I used call him at night and talk to him until he fell asleep then I would listen to him sleep.

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      Levitah 8 years ago

      Interesting lens, Loved your it. 5***** and favorited.

      Thank you for sharing this. Best wishes.

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      Sandy Mertens 8 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Very sweet lens with you and your husband. Thanks for adding it to my Anti-Valentines lens. :)

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      Mart903 8 years ago

      Nothing is greater than love! ..5 stars, and thank you for sharing such lovely story and words of wisdom.

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      luvmyludwig lm 8 years ago

      this is beautiful, lensrolling to my true love story.

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      Sadheeskumar 8 years ago

      Dear d-artist,

      I like this lens for many reasons. First one is the title of the lens. It says everything about your lens. Other thing is saying that in different languages. Lets love each other and don't hate anyone. 5 STARS to this lens.

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      papawu 8 years ago

      Hey Delia! I have learned over the years to make absolutely sure you mean those words when you say them to someone. In my younger years, those words got me into more trouble than I care to go into. :0 However, I have learned and know that they are so important and should be used liberally when dealing with those who are special to you. By the way, my computer crashed on me and I lost your e-mail. Could you e-mail me because I have a small favor to ask of you in regards to couple of our fellow lensmasters who need our moral support right now. Thankx!

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      Achim Thiemermann 8 years ago from Austin, Texas

      Thank you for your advice on my "Jesus" lens, Delia. I've added your book suggestion. 5*s for this thoughtful page. :-)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      LOVEly lens indeed! I have lensrolled it to my Red Roses lens! 5* for your work.

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      sarita 9 years ago from Hisar

      Real good job here. I have lensrolled yours.

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      AffiliateSystems 9 years ago

      Very awesome! Thank you for sharing! 5 *'s.

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      A lens after my own heart - Beautiful! Thank you.

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      Tracy-B 9 years ago

      Very cute lense! ''love it''



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      chickendumplinchick 9 years ago

      Thanks for visiting my Ode To A Tree Lens and for your wonderful comment. This lens gives hope to many I'm sure who don't know the commitment involved in making a successful marriage work. Your tribute to love is obviously very personal and heartfelt. 5*'s for this fantastic lens!

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      a-ha-design 9 years ago

      What a beautiful site. Full of love. 5*

      A-Ha Design

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      AnnRadley 9 years ago

      Very emotionally to the point lens and I appreciate your sincerity ! I didn't say those words enough in my marriage. But I do say them every day to my daughter. Thank you for a beautiful lens. *****

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      monarch13 9 years ago

      Beautiful sentiment! 5 stars and lensrolled to "Mystical Gems".

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      kgoldenangel 9 years ago

      This is a beautiful lens..I can not agree more with the tings you say on here. I have been blessed with a wonderful husband as well and not a day goes by without him telling and showing me how much he loves me! VERY IMPORTANT! 5* super!

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Thank you so much for visiting my Love & Marriage lens and an even bigger thank you for the 5* rating and lensroll. I have rated this lens 5*'s and lensrolled it as well. Fabulous!! Keep up the great work!!

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      recoveringengin 9 years ago

      Wow. So many ways to say I love you. Thanks for putting this together and for sharing a piece of your life.

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      TrixiJahn 9 years ago

      A wonderful contribution to us all!

      Ich liebe Dich sehr meine klein Bratwurst!

      Du bist die Beste!

      Your cousin Trixi

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      now when can i find that special someone *sigh*

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      JasonE 9 years ago

      Thank you for providing this great advice, Delia. You and your husband set a great example for the rest of us.

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      It's so wonderful to read about somebodies success in marriage. You are an inspiration!

      You are truly blessed!

      Here in New Zealand our native words for I Love You is... Arohanui

      Thank you for your comment on my lens. I really appreciate what you said.

      God bless you more and more


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      Moe Wood 9 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      My husband was the first person to say "I love you". We had been dating a week. I didn't believe him. But after twenty years together I've learned through his actions how much he does. Interesting lens

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Beautiful thoughts Delia. Very touching and inspiring. 5*