Monday 23 April 2012

Great love stories {elizabeth taylor & richard burton}

 

Great love story inspiration, after a beautiful weekend with D’lovely!

“I fell in love with her at once. She was like a mirage of beauty of the ages, irresistible, like a pull of gravity.              She has everything I want in a woman.”  Richard Burton

His adoration and buy lexapro where knowledge of beautiful poetry is evident in the generic cialis pills no prescription canada exquisite letters:

My blind eyes are desperately waiting for the sight of amoxil no rx you.                                                                                                            You don’t realise of course, E.B., how fascinatingly beautiful you have always been,                                                               and how strangely you have acquired an added and special and dangerous loveliness.

Passion: /ˈpaʃ(ə)n/ strong amorous feeling or desire; love; ardour

A fiercely intense passion, an infatuated excitement, a concentrated and powerful love. — there is no other way to describe the thrilling and dynamic romance between the breathtakingly beautiful Elizabeth Taylor and the hopelessly handsome Richard Burton — a great love story filled so completely with profound passion and love for one another…

{Images & source: this is glamorous}

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Friday 13 April 2012

tick tock

 

Final moments of D’Lovely and I being the same age…

A birthday is only hours away, and I will be the younger one again!

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Sunday 25 March 2012

O Romeo, Romeo

 

Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?

A Love Story ~ The Australian Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet.

For never was a story of more woe 

Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.

{Images: The Australian Ballet}

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Friday 30 September 2011

share some lurve…

 

I am constantly reminded of the power of love ~ spread the cialis generic love this weekend!

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Monday 14 February 2011

Love

 

Upon reflection this post captures the many dimensions of buy viagra 50 mg Valentine’s Day…

D’lovely is pragmatic and we both dislike the commmercialism of this day decicated to love.

We were in different cities,

so a phone call relaying the day’s events and Valentine’s wishes dealt with the moment.

I went out for dinner with two ‘blokes’,

and D’lovely watched his favourite TV show… tragic or real?!

Flowers OR chocolate (not as time sensitive)

await me later this week, when our diaries collide!

And of course I have got a love momento to share too!

{Image: typography by *IHaveSeenTheRain}

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Monday 14 February 2011

love is in the air

 

These beautiful Victorian Valentine’s Day cards remind me of the tradition.

The Story of Saint Valentine’s

My name is Valentine. I lived in Rome during the third century. At that time, Rome was ruled by an emperor named Claudius. I didn’t like Emperor Claudius, and I wasn’t the only one. A lot of people shared my feelings.

Claudius wanted to have a big army. He expected men to volunteer to join. Many men just did not want to fight in wars. They did not want to leave their wives and how to buy viagra families. As you might have guessed, not many men signed up. This made Claudius furious. So what happened? He had a crazy idea. He thought that if men were not married, they would not mind joining the army. So Claudius decided not to allow any more marriages. Young people thought his new law was cruel. I thought it was preposterous! I certainly wasn’t going to support that law!

Did I mention that I was a priest? One of my favorite activities was to marry couples. Even after Emperor Claudius passed his law, I kept on performing marriage ceremonies — secretly, of course. It was really quite exciting. Imagine a small candlelit room with only the canadian pharmacy cheap generic viagra bride and groom and myself. We would whisper the words of buy low price lasix the ceremony, listening all the while for the steps of soldiers.

One night, we did hear footsteps. It was scary! Thank goodness the couple I was marrying escaped in time. I was caught. (Not quite as light on my feet as I used to be, I guess.) I was thrown in jail and told that my punishment was death.

I tried to stay cheerful. And do you know what? Wonderful things happened. Many young people came to the jail to visit me. They threw flowers and notes up to my window. They wanted me to know that they, too, believed in love.

One of these young people was the daughter of the prison guard. Her father allowed her to visit me in the cell. Sometimes we would sit and talk for hours. She helped me to keep my spirits up. She agreed that I did the right thing by ignoring the levitra soft tabs Emperor and going ahead with the secret marriages. On the day I was to die, I left my friend a little note thanking her for her friendship and buy cheap generic viagra no prescription loyalty. I signed it, “Love from your Valentine.”

I believe that note started the custom of exchanging love messages on Valentine’s Day. It was written on the day I died, February 14, 269 A.D. Now, every year on this day, people remember. But most importantly, they think about love and friendship. And when they think of Emperor Claudius, they remember how he tried to stand in the way of love,  and know that love can’t be beaten.

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