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  1. That clip is so awesome! Very fitting for today ;)

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  2. That was such sweet video, loved the dramatic piano. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy Valentine's Day!

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  3. pidute, oui! :)

    Dana, isn't it though? It made me happy.

    Donna, I did, too. Happy Valentine's Day to you, too!

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  4. I love this video. My husband showed it to me the other day and I almost posted it for Valentine's Day, too! It's so sweet!!! :)

    Speaking of sweet... I hope you had a very sweet Valentine's Day.

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  5. Oh how lovely! Gave me a smile--thank you!

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  6. Christine, it was my husband that showed it to me as well! I thought it was adorable. My day was actually quite lovely. Yours?

    A-Lady, my pleasure, darling. ;)

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  7. My day was lovely as well, thanks so much for asking. :)

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  8. I liked that commercial a lot. Reminded me of "how to buy eclairs in french" :)

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  9. I LOVED this . . . so darling.

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  10. Christine, I'm so glad.

    Carrie, LOL. You know, we should totally make a few instructional videos for the Study Abroad dept.

    Janssen, perfect word for it. It just made me sigh with pleasure.

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