Make Every Day Valentine’s Day

With this Pride & Prejudice-inspired Mr. Darcy Proposal Dish Towel in your kitchen, every day can be Valentine’s Day, with its fab reminder to express your love for your special sweetheart — or your own dear wonder-full sweet lovin’ self! Whatever your passion, proposing to your own uniquely creative muse is a sure start to a renewed and longstanding love affair with Life! Ahhhh …. daily romance …. xo!

Mr. Darcy Dish Towel via Modite via Design Mom via Poppytalk

p.s.  My post wouldn’t be complete without a note of thanks to award-winning author and speaker Jan Phillips as the source of so many of my thoughts on being wedded to your creative bliss. Her wonderful book, Marry Your Muse: Making A Lasting Commitment to Your Creativity made a lasting impression when I first received it as a gift many years ago (so much so, that I’ve practically forgotten I didn’t come up with that brilliant concept myself!) It’s available here, along with a new book called The Art of Original Thinking – The Making of A Thought Leader.  Another book that has influenced my thoughts on the value of keeping all of your love more alive by being passionate about your creative essence is The Conscious Heart by Gay Hendricks and Kathlyn Hendricks.  Brava to all the passionate champions of artistic amour! (and as with everything I post here, this is not something I’m selling, just stuff that I like that makes life more wonder-full!)

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6 Comments on “Make Every Day Valentine’s Day”

  1. Yes, let me have one! I love this dish towel! It would be perfect for my kitchen. What a great idea.

    Love, Susan

    P.S. Ground Hog Day is one of my favorite movies too!

  2. Lisa Says:

    Hi Paula! Thanks for stopping by my blog and introducing yourself. I just LOVE the idea of proposing to one’s muse! 🙂

    • paulasparadise Says:

      Lisa – thanks so much for your great note … I realized I need to acknowledge author Jan Phillips, whose brilliant book, Marry Your Muse, put that thought Muse proposal into my head in the first place, so I’ve updated my post and hope you’ll take another peek. Many thanks!!

  3. annette Says:

    Pride & Prejudice ~ Mr. Darcy Proposal Dish Towel

    My most favorite movie… Love Mr. Darcy, especially when he tells of his love for her all wet and yummieeeeeee!

    Mr. Darcy Proposal Dish Towel ~ I dad no idea! LOVE it!!

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