Thursday, April 18, 2013

The Definition of a Dearheart

What It Takes:
        to be a dearheart.

-  Bearing a high price; high-priced; costly; expensive.
-  Highly valued; greatly beloved; cherished; precious.
-  The seat of the affections or sensibilities
-  A term of affectionate or kindly and familiar address.
- A term used by the authoress to describe the most wonderful of people

Purity of heart
Joy in the Lord
Strong, willing hands
A ready smile
Being teachable.
Oh, and it also includes those who are fond of kittens and books.
Lots of folks find such enduring words silly and unnecessary. But to me they are perfect for describing my love for others and what I want to be myself.

What’s one of your favorite words?
 { Love that little guy? Find him here! }


  1. I love your definition! I know a few "dearhearts" and I don't think you're old-fashioned at all ... :-)

    How have you been, my friend? I'm sorry I haven't been around to comment much lately ... I hope the end of your semester is going well? :-)

    Lots of love,

  2. You don't see "dearheart" used very often any more. I loved the picture of the kitten.

    Also, you made me smile with your words:~)

    I know this sounds silly, but some of my favorite words of endearments are: Sweet pea, honey bunch, sweetie pie. I could on.

    Can you tell I'm from the South? My poor girls had to put up with me calling them these terms:~)

  3. I love the term I think it means I love you without the words being spoken directly due to not wanting to be hurt if the other party does not feel the same. A protective virtue.

  4. Beautiful word! First time I've heard or been called.


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