to kiss you on the clock stroke
Happy New Year, Love
hai·ku Pronunciation: 'hI-(")kü Function: noun Etymology: Japanese : an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively
... and Piglet hesitates
... and Rabbit calculates
... and Owl pontificates
I've always loved this song, especially this version from the movie Love Actually.
But this year, more than ever, it absolutely says how I feel about you!
If I could have you with me more, it would be a dream come true. BUT my dear, We have what we have and we do what we can.
I love you and you are truly ALL I want for Christmas.
Found this in the iphone app store for $.99!
It's called Spawn Ilumanati by Elements of Design
I cannot put it down, it's mesmerizing.
The pic above is one I created with the app.
You can see videos of Spawn on YouTube.
Amy: I think love should be irresistible, like a drug, you know? I think when it happens you should just not be able to help yourself...
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I went to Michael's today to get some flowers to do some last minute crafts. You know the people who stand outside the stores and hold the bells and gather donations for the Salvation Army, well there was this sweet little old lady out there. She looked so cold. I walked passed her when I went in and she smiled at me and I saw that she noticed my jacket, yes I was wearing my Harley gear. When I came out from shopping I walked over to her and told her that they needed to give them credit card machines, I didn't carry cash and I was really sorry because I felt horrible walking into the store buying myself things and not giving any money to help benefit her cause. She looked at me and smiled, she grabbed my hand gently and said, "Oh my dear dear child, don't you think twice about that, I read in the newspaper about all that you guys do for the children and charities in the area. You all do your part all year round. God Bless your Chapter and may God be with you all always."
So if you can pass this on and let others know that in the middle of Spotsy on a rainy and nasty day, a little old lady took the time to make sure to acknowledge...........RICHMOND ROCKS!!!
In 1958, in New York City, the upper class Diane Arbus is a frustrated and lonely woman with a conventional marriage with two daughters. Her husband is a photographer sponsored by the wealthy parents of Diane, and she works as his assistant. When Lionel Sweeney, a mysterious man with hypertrichosis (a.k.a. werewolf syndrome, a disease that causes excessive body hair), comes to live in the apartment in the upper floor, Diane feels a great attraction for him and is introduced to the world of freaks and marginalized people, falling in love with Lionel. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil