Love, it’s deeper than the passive description that people usually prescribe to it. To be honest, I don’t know exactly how to explain love. It is so personal and unique for each person I believe that the interpretations are endless. However, I can describe the symptoms of love, which are the key identifiers when diagnosing someone (sorry for all the “doctor talk” I just watched Code Black). Happiness, bliss, joy, contentment, productivity, and of course so many more. Now that I have leveled the understanding of what I am about to say, here are the thinks that I love. I love God, I love my family, I love my dog, I love coffee, I love reading, I love nature, I love working, and I love a good challenge.
God: I’ve had a very interesting journey so far, and I don’t know what I would do without my faith, hope and trust in God.
Family: My family is super awesome.
Dog: My dog is super spoiled.
Book: My favorite author is Jane Austen. My favorite book is Pride and Prejudice (don’t judge me, you know you love it).
Coffee: My favorite coffee is Dunkin’ Donuts Pumpkin Spice blend with some half and half because I don’t typically like sugary coffee.
Nature: I love a good thunderstorm and rain, but I really love the lightening.
Work: I enjoy the independence of working.
Challenge: If it ain’t challenging, I ain’t for it.