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Love is all you need

Have you seen the movie Love Actually? Well you should…at least for the wedding scene. For a few weeks I have had the Beetles song “Love is all you need” in my head because of that scene. So I go on iTunes (and I search Amazon too) and apparently you can’t get that version of the song. I did find two other versions that rock so I’m happy.

Where am I going with this? Well I need to back up a second…so hold your horses please and thank you. :)

Last night I got kinda down. I have a new friend that has the same name as Miss 33 [recall: Memoirs of a love astray] but this new friend is just a friend -gender incompatibility there (ha!), but it’s painfully annoying when I talk to her because I feel rude: I rarely say her name because it feels odd. I haven’t said that name to address someone in quite some time…brings back memories. My new friend is also a champion hug giver, and anyone who knows me personally knows: bd loves hugs!

So it’s not that hugging my new friend or her name is making me think about Miss 33; actually that’s not quite it at all. It’s just making me recall what it is like to love someone deep down inside. I miss that feeling…a lot. Hugs are wonderful, but now I am recalling what it’s like to hug someone when there is something more behind it. With that memory recall comes a yearning for that feeling.


Well that song in the movie makes me smile and not worry about it so much anymore. I’ve been busy with work and school and that has helped me not think about things…with a little break between classes I needed a little *boost* and that song does it. It’s slightly odd because you would think it would have the reverse affect, but it doesn’t. :)

So, when you’re lonely just remember: Love is all you need. La la la laaaaaaaaa Hm hm hm hmmmmm….Ba da da da daaaaaaa Love is all you need. :)

“Love makes the time pass. Time makes love pass.”
– French Proverb

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“Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily this is not difficult. “
– Charlotte Whitton, Canada Month, June 1963

Yea that was for the girls…Woohoo feminism! ;)