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#807123 added February 14, 2014 at 11:36pm
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The Beatles, Shaun White and Valentines Day
The Beatles first came out 50 years ago. I was nine years old and fell in love with them. I loved George Harrison. He was my favorite. I had all their records, a book about them, a notebook with their picture on it and a wallet with their picture on it. They are still my favorite band of all time. I watched their special and I enjoyed Paul and Ringo singing but George and John were missing. It would have been nice of Paul and Ringo to invite Danny Harrison and Sean Lennon on stage to sing with them. Where was Julian Lennon? He needed to be there. Yoko. I never got her. I always felt sorry for John's first wife Cynthia. She seemed so sweet. I will always be a Beatle Fan.

I am so sad that Shaun White didn't win his third gold metal. He always did snowboarding so perfect. To me, he is still the best. Hopefully, he will win the Gold next time.

Today was Valentines Day. I got a Valentines Day bracelet last month and a big brown Teddy Bear. My son and his wife stopped by. He has a PHD and is a Doctor in mental health and lives in Illinois and comes back home to Indiana where we and his wife lives. His job keeps him in Illinois. I miss him but I am glad I get to see him. My husband bought home a chocolate cake. He fell in the garage coming up steps and hurt his ankle. I hope he will be alright. Today was a good day except for my husband's incident. Hopefully, winter will be over soon and life will be good.

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