Happy Love Day :)


I’d like to add my well wishes to all the others that are out here in the blogosphere for a happy, glorious, beautiful day today! Whether in a relationship or single, notice your blessings and the things that make you happy in this life!

I don’t have anything more profound than that. So I’m going to leave you with this:


EVOL, a short piece about "love in a backwards world," was done by Chris Vincze. It’s a wonderful film shot in an incredibly creative way! Enjoy!

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    Carolyn B.
    February 14, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    That is an adorable and touching little film — “backwards world” indeed.

    I always feel a spark of recognition when I come to your blog, by the way; I used to use this template myself until I finally admitted it wasn’t working for me — I had some problems with the headline style and didn’t know enough to tweak it. Looks like it’s working well for you, though, and I still love this design!

    I also saw that you use Twitter. I haven’t gotten the point of that yet. What do you get out of it? Just curious.

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    February 14, 2008 at 10:02 pm

    nice layout! happy v-day!

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    Venessa G.
    February 14, 2008 at 10:02 pm

    Thanks for stopping in! I love your blog, btw 🙂
    I’m lucky enough to have my own in-house web guy. Though I was too impatient to wait for him to actually make me a site, whenever I need something tweaked, he steps in and fiddles with it 😉

    As far as Twitter, I haven’t really worked it out yet. I’ve only just started using it, but when people follow you on Twitter, I can see an advantage in being able to announce that you’ve made a new post. If you’ve got a bunch of people who follow, it’s possible to get stumbles and stuff, I suppose. Of course, I only have one follower, so it probably doesn’t apply to me so much! 🙂


    Thanks for the compliment! I can’t take credit for it, but I do adore it! 🙂 Thanks for stopping in!


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