• I'm a sucker for "The Notebook"
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Princess Bride. Hottest guy+ best story line= awsome
  • The one shown on Oprah Winfrey (episode was about Jennifer Aniston directing documentaries on real life stories). This man was suffering terminal disease and was expected to live for 2-3months. He fell in love with a woman and wooed her and they got married. They have been happily married now for 12 years. He has his periods of pains and utter misery due to his illness but they have been able to stay together.
  • Helen of Troy. A classic but still good enough for Hollywood to make a movie out of again. I read the Iliad twice.
  • The movie Love Story
  • I've always liked the story laid out in the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Because it's not overly romanticised, it's not all sunshine and daisies and happy endings, it's just love the way it usually is in real life: Full of obstacles and hardship and pain, but ultimately worth it.
  • My own one! I met my 2nd. husband and I met and decided to get married with in 2 days. We then eloped after 5 weeks. We had a church wedding 5 months exactly after the JOP wedding. We have 1 daughter who's eleven and today is our 23rd. Anniversary.
  • Just wanna be close by Avant
  • My daddy and I used to read Tolkien every night before bed. Before I could read, he used to recite poems to me, mostly Gunga Din by Rudyard Kipling and the Rime of the Ancient Mariner. All from memory. I loved my daddy.

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