Sunday, January 19, 2014

Love Is In the Air ~ I Knew You Were The Girl For Me

Charity Bradford, one of the contributors to the blog Unicorn Bell, posted THIS yesterday as a reminder that there will be a blog hop on Monday featuring Love Stories. Yeah, they are getting a jump on Valentine's Day. Charity then asked for people to contribute their favorite Love Scenes from Movies and TV so that she can post them on her blog for the rest of the week.

You simply shouldn't challenge a YouTube junkie to come up with this sort of stuff. I spent the next few HOURS looking for footage. Yes, you read that right. Hours.

I now have so much footage that I think I could post something every day until Valentine's Day. That thought was followed by, "Why not?" The clips are short. They are fun to watch. Plus, it means I don't have to come up with anything on my own for nearly a month. I'll still do the HERE'S TO YOU post, of course. And I might deviate off the path if I MUST write about something. Heck, I am such a rebel and rule-breaker that I might write and post a short clip.

I am tagging all of these Love Is In The Air and you can go back to my January 18 post to watch any that you missed.

So, here we go...

That clip was from the short-lived show Roswell. The writers are wholly responsible for sinking that show. I wrote a post about that a while ago on my TV Blog, Junction Function. The only thing that remained consistently awesome with that show was the development of Michael and Maria, as individuals and a couple.

Since that one was short, let's take one more look at them before we go...

You can let me know if you think this is a good or bad idea in the comments.  You can also post links to your favorite romantic clips. Remember? YouTube junkie. I will actually watch them.


  1. How fun! I'm not familiar with these scenes. But I know of plenty that make me swoon!

  2. I love the idea! I can't say I have a favorite love scene, there are just so many! But one of my favorite movies that is so romantic to me, is Cousins. It starred Isabella Rosellini and Ted Danson. I know, I know, who knew right? But he was surprisingly good in this movie! :)

  3. It's a shame about Roswell. It had so much potential!

  4. Pk ~ Feel free to share them here!

    Yvonne ~ Back in college, my roommate loved that movie. We see it many times. It was good!!! I don't remember it all that well now, but I will look on YouTube and see what I can find.

    Lynda ~ It really is. That first season was wonderful and it was all downhill after that.

  5. I did watch all of Roswell. It was like a guilty pleasure. There was so much potential in the story line and they just let it fall apart. Was sad, but I kept watching anyway. Maria and Michael were so real. Definitely the best relationship in the show.

  6. Charity ~ I am glad you can appreciate the Michael/Maria romance. It was the BEST thing about that show.

  7. Eww I love a good love story. In my young adult years I feel like I read every Harlequin Romance novel that had come out. My mother in law had a lot of the old-er books many dating into the late 60's-70's! I'm not too much of a TV show watcher. I do catch a couple soaps now on my days off. My favorite are the older movies in black and white.

  8. GG ~ I have a friend from hs who loved to watch black and white movies. That was really rather rare for a child of the 80s. I watched a few with her, and I liked them, but I generally preferred the newer stuff. However, I might need to rethink that one. Our tastes change all of the time.


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