Thursday, February 14, 2013

Happy Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine's Day, my friends. I've missed being here.
My laptop was broken, and blogging from my cell phone
wasn't the best. As an early Valentine's Day present,
my husband got my laptop fixed and it's better than ever.
Thanks honey!

For this sweet day, I want to share my updated list of
my favorite romantic movies. Some are classics,
others to me are new classics. I know there are a
few movies I have forgotten. Enjoy, my friends. Please
share with me in the comments your favorite romantic movies.

The Enchanted Cottage (1945)

History is made at night (1937)
The Lost Moment (1947)
Cairo Time (2009)
Winter Meeting (1948)
Somewhere in Time (1980)
Jane Eyre (1983 BBC Version)
Pride and Prejudice (2005)
Love Affair (1939 version)

Paris Blues (1961)

Brief Encounter (1945)
Lady Sings The Blues (1972)
The Lake House (2006)
Gypsy Girl aka Sky West and Crooked (1966)
Love and Action in Chicago (1999)

One Way Passage (1932)

Summertime (1955)
Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934 & 1957)
Summer Stock (1950)
Somewhere in Time (1980)
All This and Heaven, Too (1940)
Now, Voyager (1942)
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)

A Place in The Sun (1951)

Portrait of Jennie (1948)
The Last of The Mohicans (1992)
Ever After (1999)

P.S. If you like to sign up for my monthly e-mails
for my spirit business. Please go here. Have two
fun tips for self love for Valentine's day.
* Linking up to the wonderful Romantic Home Show and Tell Friday


Tracy said...

LOVE, love, love to you & yous, Shell! So sweet of your hubby... Here's to hubbies who come to the rescue. ;o) GREAT film selections for V-day... This makes me what to stop everything and watch love films all day...*swoon*... Happy Weekend ((HUGS))

Anonymous said...

Shell, this was a great post, and there are several motion pictures that have been added to my "MUST Watch" list.

Also, once again, I must state that you manifested a great husband. Kudos to your Goddessness!

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