Monday, May 25, 2009

THE SWEET TASTE OF ... { L O V E }

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Do you have some old love thoughts? do you imagine your {love} and you when you're 80?!
we do! and it feels so sweet! we can talk about this for hours and it usually comes with some tear drops for me! tear drops of JOY!


{Fresh M.I.L.K Photography}

10 comments:

Salut! chou chou said...

Aww, first of all, thanks so much for posting to my blog! I admire yours so much and it honestly makes me smile EVERY time I read it.

Secondly, I do actually think about growing old together and I thrilled at the prospect of it. I just hope I have all my teeth still!!

THE PARIS HOUSE said...

Oh What lovely pictures, reminds me of my grandparents and how I hope my sweet husband and I are when we are very old and still very much in love. We are enjoying glorious weather today in the states and are cooking and baking up a storm!!

Meg said...

my grandparents were married 65 years and acted like honeymooners until the day my grandma died. I look at these photos and think about them and how they were for me a great model of respect and cherishing and honouring, not just for my relationship with my boyfriend but for all my relationships.

liza said...

Yes! I hope my husband and I grow old together with all our happiness and good health. And I hope our child still loves us then, too! What a beautiful post. Thank you, Shokoofeh!

niloofar said...

I love the third one : old man carry the picture of "Joseph Stalin" in his hand :D

emily said...

it's strange to think about being old and in love. but my grandma just turned 90 is still in love with my grandpa (even though he passed away). i know they will always be together, though!

SHOKOOFEH said...

Lovely Ladies!

your notes are so beautiful. thanks for sharing them with me. they make me feel more and more sure about true love stories!

:)
xo

The Daily Poster said...

Cute!

in company with sparkles said...

What beautiful, beautiful pictures! I love thinking about how whoever God blesses me with will be mine until death, however long or short that is, and that it's a lifelong thing, thick and thin and everything good and bad in between. We need more examples of that today!

Annabelle said...

OOh that's lovely; both your words and images you paired with them... I sometimes think about it, but don't want to freak out the bf by talking about it (though I know he thinks about growing old together more than i do!) ... perhaps I'm the one who's scared!