Monday, February 13, 2012

Falling in love

  • Falling in love can wreak havoc on your body. Your heart races, your tummy gets tied up in knots, and youre on an emotional roller coaster, feeling deliriously happy one minute and anxious and desperate the next.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Jorgie Porter skated her way into the hearts of the Dancing on Ice judges after getting the highest score of the series so far.
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  • Double-click any word to find the definition in the Merriam-Webster Learners Dictionary. My name is Khuy. I am 20, a second-year student in Vietnam. Today I am writing to you to share my situation. I met a lovely girl two months ago.
  • (Voice of America)
  • Who could ever forget the dances at the Moose Lodge? The Moose was located on Taylor St., just west of the Courtland hotel. The boys wore pegged pants, white shirts with vests and, of course, a little Old Spice cologne.
  • (Kokomo Perspective)
  • Valentines Day is the holiday of romance.
  • (Sioux City Journal)
  • Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 is like a tender-hearted middle child flanked by boisterous siblings with outsized personalities.
  • (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • The new romance film The Vow suggests love means never having to say you cant remember your spouses name. The film, loosely based on a true story, follows the life of a woman who comes out of a coma with no recollection of her married life.
  • (Missoulian)
  • People are always falling in love in (and with) New York, and the citys proved a perfect backdrop for countless on-screen romances.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Each year millions of people drop hundreds of dollars on their loved ones for Valentines Day.  What they dont realize is they may be falling victim to one of the biggest fraud days of the year.  Valentines Day scam #1:  Fake Valentines e-cards.
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  • Dark chocolate has come a long way since my days at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York.
  • (Arlington Heights Daily Herald)

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