Love Thursday: Acorns of Love

The Mystical World Wide Web says:

The Acorn has also been associated with couples and love divination.

Dropping two Acorns into the same bowl of water will provide the inquirers with news.

Should the Acorns float together then the couple will marry, the reverse being true if the Acorns drift apart.

So what does it mean when you’re out walking with your beloved, as P and I were about a month ago, and you stumble upon this–two acorns physically merged together?

Acorn love

Well today it means I’m missing my P big time.

Happy Love Thursday everyone and

Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Americans!

8 Beans of Wisdom to “Love Thursday: Acorns of Love”
  1. Gil

    Happy Love Thursday Turkey Day to you!

    Thanks Gil, and also to you!

  2. rel

    Happy Thanksgiving Michelle.

    You too rel!

  3. 11.26.2009

    Happy Thanksgiving! Such beautiful acorns 🙂

    Thanks Janet! Have a fabulous day 🙂

  4. I think it clearly means you 2 are fused together forever. Who needs marriage, who needs goats? LOL
    Enjoy the Turkey Day with your family.

    OK well we *do* need the goats! Hope you have a nice holiday as well 🙂

    .-= Lisa at Wanderlust Women´s last blog ..Frugal Friday disappoints in Spring Lake =-.

  5. 11.26.2009

    Happy Thanksgiving Michelle. Enjoy your special time with family- I know you miss P but you will be back there very soon! Hugs

    Thanks Susan!

    .-= Susan´s last blog ..My French Onion Soup For the:2nd Annual O Foods Contest for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month =-.

  6. 11.26.2009

    Absence can be a real aphrodisiac. 😉 Enjoy your time with family, and then enjoy your time with P! Happy Thanksgiving, Michelle!

    Thanks Jen! Hope all is well with you too 🙂

    .-= jen of a2eatwrite´s last blog ..Hey, Good Lookin’, What you Got Cookin’? =-.

  7. 11.27.2009

    Okay – so I’m a little late on the blog reading and it’s officially the day after Thanksgiving now but I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration with friends and family here in our great state! Really makes me feel good -and thankful ya know too -that you were able to have this visit at this particular time of the year so you were able to celebrate WITH your family around you this year and not a couple thousand miles away!

    Thanks so much Jeni! Hope your holiday season is going well 🙂

    .-= Jeni Hill Ertmer´s last blog ..Bring It On! =-.

  8. Wunschdenker

    I’m sure you are….(missing P) big time…..

    Markus’s last name – Zalud – is originally a Czech name that means – you guessed it – acorn. I always thought, hey, he’s the acorn from the tree, and I’m the root. 😉

    Oh that is so cute 😀

Michelle KaminskyMichelle Kaminsky is an American attorney-turned-freelance writer who lived in her family's ancestral village in Calabria, Italy for 15 years. This blog is now archived. 

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