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Childhood Relived

I had another post all ready to go for today.  And then Hallmark reminded me that this is the day we’re supposed to be all about the love.

I’ll be honest.  I’m not a fan of Valentine’s Day.  My husband already does all the gloppy flowers and ooey-gooey love letter stuff on tons of other days of the year (he wanted me to let you know this).  So who cares about one smelly ol’ day out of 365?  But then, I didn’t want to seem like that absent-minded grade school teacher who forgot to change her bulletin board from the construction paper snowman to the pink doily hearts.  So here you go, in the name of love.

A flashback on ten of my favorite love moments from the screen . .

1.) Maddie takes up with David (Moonlighting).  One of TV’s best Jump the Shark moments.  And then once they…

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