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Karen Lombardo

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Listen to the voice in your heart today.

Feb 14, 2019

Good morning and Happy Valentine’s Day.

Today is the day when everyone is a poet, a writer, and a speaker of pure words.

Content writing from the heart is easy and today is the day for you to stretch your legs. Find that voice within that let’s you speak deep words of truth and love to your spouse/partner, your mom/dad, kids and of course your dog (or cat).

I find that strangers are surprised when I wish them Happy Valentine’s Day. Why?  It is a great day to remember why we love and share the feeling.  Emotions feed the soul and love is one huge pizza.

So today, let’s be extra kind and wish each other Happy Valentine’s Day. You never know whose day you are going to make and when you hear Happy Valentine’s Day to you too, it feels super fantastic!

Karen

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