Happy February to you all! I know that not everyone likes Valentine’s Day, so I suggest you avoid my blog this month. I am going to be talking about love, all forms. I hope that you all enjoy it and if you do not enjoy love, you can avoid this blog for the next month.
My first post about love is also my first movie review. I hope you enjoy and talk to y’all soon.
You’ve Got Mail
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks
You’ve Got Mail is one of my favorite movies with two of my favorite actors. It is about love and how we should be open to any form of it. I encourage you it watch it if you have not and if you have, watch it again. It is a classic and everyone on the plant should see it at least once. Below is a little about the journey the characters go on and how they learn about love.
Love can be disappointing and can make you do things you don’t mean. Kathleen Kelly gets stood up by her pen pal. She says things to her enemy, which were cruel, and she felt horrible because she is a kind person and is never cruel. She regrets what she said. She says, “Even though I can hardly believe what I said mattered to this man, to him I am just a bug to be crushed, but what if it did? No matter what he has done to me there is no excuse for my behavior.” I know I have done and said things that I know have hurt others and you feel so bad about it. God has everything happen for a reason and we should not have any regrets about what we say.
Joe Fox, Kathleen’s email pal, has to apologize for standing her up. He tries to make up two different stories, but in the end he erases them. He does something incredible. He begs her to forgive him for what happened. He did not want to hurt her anymore. He tells her he is sure that, “whatever she said was provoked, even deserved and everyone says things they regret when they are worried or stressed.” He tells her it was his fault and says he is still there for her. He apologizes because he made her do something she regretted.
Frank is Kathleen’s boyfriend and they realize they are only together because they are so right for each other and it is convenient. They break up because they don’t love each other. When he asks her if there is someone else, she says, “No. But there is the dream of someone else.” Love catches us when we least expect it to. At least that is what everyone says.
“There was a man who knew exactly what he wanted.”
“Change is a good thing. All they’re really saying is something that you didn’t want to happen at all, happened.”
Love through their eyes. You might be perfect for another person, but if you do not truly love them, why are you with them. I believe love finds its way to us, no matter what we go through. Take your time to find it. Everyone deserves the best.
Find the one single person in the world who fills your heart will joy. Have you found that person? If not, keep looking, don’t settle for a good guy or gal, but look for the person who completes you.
Until next time my sassy peaches,