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    Feb112012

    Canned Pear Hearts

    I never realized until lately how much my Canned Pear Halves resemble hearts. Not perfect hearts, but still...

    Once I noticed it, they all looked a bit like hearts. Granted some of the pear half "hearts" are not like the hearts created by cookie cutters or printed on greeting cards.

    Nope, they aren't all the same, and the majority are far from perfect. Every once in awhile, if you look long enough you'll find the perfect other half. Probably when you are least expecting it. I mean, it probably won't ever be 100% perfect, but isn't that what loving (pears) unconditionally is all about?

    Happy Valentine's Day!

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