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Are You Looking For the Rainbows?

Monday, July 12th, 2010

You may have seen or heard about this video. A friend posted this on Facebook the other day, and I had a good laugh along with this guy as he discovers a double rainbow in his front yard, and doesn’t hold back his excitement.

Here’s the video:

Guy Gets Ecstatic Over Double Rainbow – Watch more Funny Videos

Yeah, he’s gone a bit bonkers with his enthusiasm, but I think it’s good for us to see and hear others in a state of total and utter happiness. This man is in awe, laughing, shouting and crying in joy over seeing a double rainbow in his front yard—a feeling so strong he basically has a spiritual experience with it (or, uh, some other experience.)

But guess what? That’s what life is about! Living for those times when you feel blessed and gloriously happy. If you haven’t felt something even close to this lately, I think it’s worth trying to find something that will make you “Ooh” and “Ahh” and “Oh my God” yourself to bliss. The more you do in life to feel this way, the more you’ll be connecting with your happiest self, which is what is going to draw the right partner to you. Look for the rainbows. And don’t hold back your excitement either.

Have you found something like that lately? What makes you as happy as you can be?

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Big love,

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Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

My Mom passed along this video to me, and I just had to pass it along to you…

Key for Two: The Cowans (Image: YouTube)

Key for Two: The Cowans (Image: YouTube)

The story is that this older couple, Marlow and Frances Cowan, walked into the lobby of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and spotted a piano. The sign on it essentially said, “If you’d like to play it, play it.” And so they did. He—Marlow—is 90, and they’ve been married for 62 years.

It just goes to show you that if you click with the right partner, and keep a wonderful attitude, a fun and longlasting love future could be yours.

Here, take a look at what 62 years of partnership can look like in the right piano-tapping fingertips:
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Big love,

Amy Signature 4