Friday, October 19, 2012

Glitter and a Movie - "When Harry Met Sally"


The first movie for the challenge is "When Harry Met Sally".  I hadn't seen this movie in years, so I gave it another look via YouTube.  I took my inspiration from the vignettes of long married couples that were  sprinkled throughout the movie.

Keith and I celebrated 35 years of marriage this past April.  Our love blossomed in the autumn, and now, here we are in the autumn of life and still in hopelessly in love.

As I considered our life together, I remembered so many things that I had a difficult time deciding how to capture it all on one page.  How does one sum up a lifetime in a such a small space?

I decided that when it comes right down to it, it's all about love.  I thought about the love that brought the center of our universe into existence - our two sons...

...and I thought about all of the people who have been part of our lives who are now only with us in spirit.  I remembered all the happy times we spent with these people and the loving impact that each one had in our lives, and I smiled at the love that I am filled with when they come to mind.

So what's kept us together for 35 years?  It's simple.  LOVE.  Through all the challenging times, through all of the heartbreaking times, through all of the horrible times, through the many exciting and wonderful times, LOVE always won out in the end.  

"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails." 1 Corinthians 13: 4-8

To see more entries from this challenge, go HERE.  To watch "When Harry Met Sally", go HERE.



  1. Angela,
    Have you ever considered doing a tutorial on HOW TO DRAW FACES?
    North Carolna

    1. Hi, Barb! Funny you should ask - it IS one of the things I've recently considered along with "Using Color". Stay tuned ;o)

  2. Only movie to acknowledge that lovers wake up with bad breath!

  3. Sigh...LOVE is it, my friend, love is it. You made me cry, but that's not too difficult to accomplish. ;) This is so beautiful, Angelia. You captured the message of the movie perfectly.
    Thirty-five years, wow! I'm catching up to you at 27 years. Pretty miraculous these days, huh.
    Okay, I'm warning you, I'll probably come back and stalk your page to look at this several times. teehee
    Love the picture of you two, and the Bible verse at the end too.

    Thank you for playing along.

    1. Hey, Marcia!
      Yes - we married "lifers" are a dying breed indeed! Congrats on your 27. It went by in a heartbeat, didn't it?

      Hmmmmmm........I can't think of a better stalker! LOL Thanks for hosting this challenge - creating this page was a very nice place for me to visit. ♥

  4. Aww... such a wonderful story of "true" love!!
    Thank you for sharing. ~xx
    Absolutely love this piece, you created in honor of your relationship!!
    Cheers & Congratulations to the both of you. :]

    1. Thank you so much, April. This is one of the reasons I enjoy participating in challenges - it really makes me stop and think about things I might not otherwise think too much about. ♥

  5. How utterly divine Angelia... I love your art journal page and your story... and yes... LOVE is the answer... for sure...

    Jenny ♥

  6. How inspiring! I'm so happy for you and enjoyed reading your post. It really is a special blessing to be happily married for a long time! And it's been fun to take part in the movie challenge! Happy Fall!

    1. Thank you so much, Dreamer! It's a pleasure to meet you :o)


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