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In Mount Vernon, a Valentine’s Day exhortation, right beneath your feet.

Photo by: Fern Shen

I found this graffiti-ed message while poking around Mount Vernon a couple of years ago with my camera.

I would have missed it if I hadn’t taken a break from craning my neck to gawk up at the great architecture – and looked down for a moment at the street.

It seemed like a nice sentiment for the city today, after some bruising times and on a holiday that is all about l – o – v – e.

Anyway, Happy Valentine’s Day, everybody!

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  • ushanellore

    Boy–I have been hammering away at J Hunt-and he at me. I shall be nice and wish him here and now a happy Valentine’s day. J Hunt I forgive thee all thy trespasses including thy excuses for developers who will be developers and thy rebukes to us, mere mortals, that we shouldn’t be nettled mopers. Happy Valentine’s Day–may dark chocolates find your heart and milk chocolates circle in your streams of blood.

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