How It’s Named | Love


Today in love week, we are going to look love and things related to love. Love is an emotion which is mixed with happiness and lovely warm feeling towards someone else.


Theirs is multiple locations around the world where everyone feels love every day and night, It’s also appears in Art, TV, Music & Music.


Love County, Oklahoma

Love County is located in United States of Oklahoma, It’s was created in 1907 and that when love was pumped into this town.


The Louisiana Purchase, effected in 1803, included all of the present state of Oklahoma except the Panhandle. Explorers and traders began travelling extensively through the area, intending to find trade routes to Santa Fe. The Quapaw were the principal native Americans living south of the Canadian River. The Quapaws ceded their land to the American government in 1818, and were replaced by the Choctaws in the early 1830s. The Chickasaws were assigned land in the middle of Choctaw territory during 1837-8.


Love, Arizona

Love is a ghost town in La Paz County, Arizona, United States. It is located on Urea Ranch Road, 5 miles (8 km) north-east of Wenden. A mainline of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF) runs through Love.

Ernest Love was the town’s namesake. Formerly called Lockhart, the rail road station was renamed following World War I to honour Love, who died in France during the war, and whose farther was a long time ATSF rail road engineer. Ernest A. Love Field in Prescott, Arizona was also named in his honour.

Love Township, Vermilion County, Illinois

Love Township is a township in Vermilion County, Illinois, USA. As of the 2010 census, its population was 257 and it contained 105 housing units.

Love Township was created in 1902. It was named for a Vermilion county judge named I. A. Love.

Love, Mississippi 

Love (also Love’s and Love’s Station) is an unincorporated community located in Desoto County, Mississippi. Love is approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Hernando along U.S. Route 51 or I-55.

The community was named after W.R. Love, a prominent physician and planter.

Love, Saskatchewan


The village of Love, Saskatchewan got its start in 1934 with the building of a general store by William (Bill) Sears with the assistance of Emery Long. The store was built on the north side of the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks which came through the area in 1929. In 1935 a post office was established in Sear’s Store with Mr. Sears as postmaster.

The first houses were built by Eldon Lamb and Walter and Myrtle Haight and in 1936 Grant and Ray Emery built a general store for Lamb and Earl Johnston who were operating a lumber mill and planer nearby. Since the mill operated all year round, many of the employees built homes (usually little more than shacks) and moved their families to the fledgling community. In the beginning there was no town-site laid out so the homes were built helter‑skelter wherever there was room.

The village has received some international recognition due to its unique postmark consisting of a teddy bear holding a heart. People from many parts of the world have sent bundles of wedding invitations to the Love post office to be stamped with the romantically oriented post mark and then forwarded to their final destinations.

The other locations.

  • Love, Illinois
  • Love Kentucky
  • Love, Cass County, Texas
  • Love, Swisher County, Texas
  • Love, Virginia
  • Lõve, Estonia

Time to go to the moon

Yes even the moon is in love, there a crater on the moon called love.


It’s an impact crater on the far side of the moon.

This is an eroded crater formation with several smaller craters along the rim. A chain of three small craters lies across the western rim and inner wall, and a crater cuts across the eastern rim. The inner walls have been worn and their features softened by impacts and possibly ejecta from other craters. The northern portion of the interior floor contains a considerable number of small and tiny craterlets that nearly form a continuous carpet in places. The southern floor is less impacted, with only a few tiny craterlets.


There loads of love gone into creating this music playlist. 

That’s all for today folk, you will join us tomorrow during a wedding ceremony, enjoy

Mike Cunnife

(c) Autism Life 2016

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