My Valentines 2021

For the past few years, I have written a loving Valentine’s Day message about my two wives.

This past year the world pandemic has slowed my travels, providing me with a lot more time for writing and reading. During these times, I have reflected upon what is essential for my life.
My offspring, family, and friends are a priority as they are always concern about my nomadic wanderings around the U. S.

I love my outdoor life of bicycling, backpacking, photographing landscapes and wildlife. But, my wives demanded more from me, so I compromised setting parameters to accommodate all of my loves.

My dedicated desk for writing and reading has promoted comfortable opportunities beyond what I could have imagined. But I miss the Denny’s, Starbucks, and Panera bread destinations because people would bring my food and drink to me. I now have to take time to prepare whatever I want. 😦

My first wife, “writing,” is my passionate compulsion, and she has influenced me more than I could have ever imagined.
My second wife, “reading,” is equal to writing as she nourishes and inspires my creative soul aiding in my writing of short stories & novels. Together they are the foundations of my life.

They still become jealous when I’m enjoying my other hobbies. I recently set an organized weekly schedule setting aside time for each to bring a loving harmony to our lives.

Happy Valentine’s Day, Writing & Reading.

PS: Photography, bicycling, and backpacking your times are coming.

6 responses to “My Valentines 2021”

  1. Beautiful photos! I must admit when you talked about your two wives, I imagined my husband commenting, “kudos! I can barely handle one wife”. 🤣 Glad you clarified!

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    1. Its a yearly blog post as I continue as an aspiring writer. Short stories and book reviews will become a feature on this site.
      So stand by as my wives express themselves. 🙂

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  2. Such beautiful photos and that’s one of my favourite Paulo Coelho’s quotes 🙂 Aiva

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