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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Knock! Knock! Let Love In! It's Valentine's Day

When expectations of love slip, some people tend to proceed life swept up in fear of what might not go right if letting someone new into their lives.  


Some find it hard to nod with approval when love comes knocking at their doors because past loves failed to deliver as they were intended to. Even though those hurtful memories that were experienced over the course of their lives might be a decade out of fashion, letting new love in has simply,  not been laid out in their agendas.  If this applies to you, perhaps you need a bit of clarity to change your mind. 

You are enough! You are strong enough to sustain in a relationship! You are lovable; flaws and all! You are worthy of being more than just an option! You are a quality individual who deserves to experience the force of the natural elements of love! You are strong enough to let go of the sugar that left you feeling tart. 


Walk the atmosphere knowing that. Also, be aware that you are not your past. Don’t live your life emotionally damaged because you let the wrong person in who did not realize the true value of the royalty that you are. You are more than that. And remember, to have a happily ever after, it must start with a hello and then a meeting of the minds in a harmonious state to flow blindly into love. I wrote a song entitled "Blindly Into Love" on the basis of allowing love to flow naturally into love from the minute it becomes a thought phase unto the happily ever after. The lyrics came to me while driving and so at every traffic light, my pen was to the pad and a song was spilling out onto its pages. The music was written by Mike LeShore. Check it out here: https://soundcloud.com/stephanay-jnote/blindlyintolove




This post was just a way to encourage you to not be afraid to allow someone to come into your world and to treat you the way you deserve to be treated. When I see couples like my parents who have been together for nearly half a century, it makes me know that love can be real if first you love yourself enough to believe that you are lovable. 


If this does not apply to you, I apologize. I however know some people who do live their lives grieving over relationships that haven't been a part of their worlds for eons and they are still brokenhearted and afraid to move on and to love again; sadly. 


What a great day like Valentines Day AKA Singles Awareness Day to makes sure that we are giving the fullness of our own hearts to our own selves. Love yourself without limitations. And make sure that everyday, you find a real reason to smile. You are definitely worth that self-love.

For those who are experiencing a fine romance and a beautiful life as a team, may your love forever move mountains, conquer worlds and continue to grow. You are inspiring to the world.

Happy and blessed Valentines Day!  

49 comments:

  1. Thanks for this - I am an old married lady, but I know there are lots of people who haven't met the "one" yet.

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    1. That;s lovely. Happy Valentines Day to you and to yours

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  2. My parents were married for over 60 years and I've been married for over 30. That's proof that you can find lasting love. You do have to let love in.

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    1. 60 years. That is awesome and also amazing. You had a great example of what love is.

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  3. I not only have trouble letting people in I also have trouble loving myself. It has taken me years just to like myself much less love.

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    1. Awww. You are so worth loving. Know that. You are blessed and amazing.

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  4. I always loved Valentine's Day when I was single because I got to dream about the day I loved someone enough to do sappy things with them. Now that I'm married, I don't like this day, lol.

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    1. Awww it is a great day worth celebrating.

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  5. This is so perfect, after a failed first marriage, I found myself then the love of my life. 17 years later we are more in love than ever!

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  6. I have been blessed with such a special sweetheart. We will celebrate 20 years of marriage this summer. God has been so good to me.

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    1. Congratulations on your success in love. That is wonderful to hear.

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  7. I like to look at valentine's day as not just a day for love between couples but for anyone important in your life. Life is wide and that is why I celebrate it with my entire family nit just my husband.

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    1. That is right. IT is for everybody to acknowledge love.

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  8. Happy Valentine's day - what a perfect post for such a loving, romantic day. I have always loved this holiday/celebration, single or taken.

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  9. I really like this post. I got rid of my fear of letting someone in about 20 years ago, and it was the best thing I ever did.

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  10. This post was perfect for Valentine's Day. I know so many people that are being held back from finding true love because they are afraid of repeating past mistakes.

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    1. Yeah me too. But it is so worth it to allow it to manifest.

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  11. We have been married for 35 years so yes true love does still exist. I get to enjoy that love everyday.

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  12. Great song! Spilling out at every traffic light,great visual! Happy Valentine's Day! This post is great in so many ways, open your heart to love not only someone but also to love ourselves.

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    1. Thank you. I can't even lie about it. So true. LOL! That's right/

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  13. What a lovely post about letting love in. It is hard for some to do that but love is a huge part of life.

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  14. I believe everyone needs to hear "You are enough" sometimes. Life has so many pressures. I don't think I've ever heard this song before. It's lovely.

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    1. It is a great affirmation to keep repeating.

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  15. My first marriage was a not worth reminiscing. I was only an option, treated like a maid, and worked long hours because he won't lift his ass off the couch to earn a living. After the relationship ended I felt like a speck of dirt. I was drained, physically and emotionally. Valentine's day then was just another day in the calendar. But that is a thing in the past. My second marriage to this man I have in my life now is like a dream come true. Patient, hard working, affectionate. And best of all, the became the father my children never had.

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    1. That was beautiful Glad you overcame your past.

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  16. I love this post. A lot of people have been hurt by their past and refuse to love again, but it is always worth it.

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  17. Thank you for the reminder! I know that I've closed myself off. Not intentionally, but it happened. I'm hoping to get to the point where I can let love back in.

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    1. Awww. You deserve it. Best of luck with it.

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  18. It is so important not to close yourself off to love. It can happen when you least expect it. This is a great post.

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  19. Great post!
    We must all start from loving self when we speak about the gift of love. We must gift ourselves with love, so we can be a present for someone else. It's Valentine's Day everyday when you can wake up and love yourself and not depend on someone else's love to make you happy.

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  20. What a great message! It can be hard on Valentine's Day to keep in mind that we are responsible for our own happiness!

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  21. I imagine after a difficult relationship that it would be really scary to open up again. Great encouraging message here!

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  22. omg i have those same heart shaped glasses. lol. i love them

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  23. Yes! In order to find love again I had to make sure my heart was open and available to be loved again.

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  24. It's always a risk to take a chance on love. Just opening up your heart and knowing your worthy of love is truly the first step.

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  25. I love this post!! I'm a hopeless romantic and this post was great!!!

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