I Love You, Too ❤

This is a dear little song from my childhood that I used to sing to my baby way back when she was one. She’s grown now into a determined, strong minded young woman, but…it still applies. ❤ And it was on my mind big time this morning.

Be well, friends
Sam

We’re walking down a road of our own, where rain can never fall

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16 thoughts on “I Love You, Too ❤

  1. Awww I used to watch this movie all the time! Such a good memory

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    1. Luvvv it. I still think it’s one of the best Disney soundtracks ever. Princesses…Bah! 😂😂😂…okay those are pretty good too. But in the non-princess realm, this wins.

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      1. Haha!! It definitely does have a few great songs!

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    1. It’s so great!! I never get tired of the music in this…even that evil family who wants to take Pete has a great song 😂😂😂

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  2. Such a heartwarming movie.

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    1. Yes! And Candle on the Water…cryyyy!😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  3. How sweet is that? 💜

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  4. Andrea Frazer May 14, 2019 — 2:43 pm

    I have to watch this movie again. I do remember Candle on the Water and it really touched me. (And man the girls growing up is so tough. I miss writing about my little girl and I can’t anymore because she’s so much more private. Sometimes I feel my writing is a less connective now because I have to speak more in perspective versus what I’m currently going through with my children. But maybe that’s just a sign to keep going with my pilot and my Paolone back and do the best I can. Thank you for always writing and touching a nerve… in a good way

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    1. Andrea Frazer May 14, 2019 — 2:44 pm

      “Poem book.” Palome? Sounds like a sandwich

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      1. Or an island in the South Pacific 😲

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    2. You’re so welcome 🤗 It really is! But having two on such different planes of life and development has really provided such a gift of perspective! In the way that I can often see my oldest in my youngest, me in them, them in me, my parents in me and round and round. What one child allows me to see or work on, gives me a chance to reflect on the stage of the other. Then myself. I feel as though the ride has been so, so different for my youngest. Some worse. Some much better. My job has been fitting it all together (or back together) so we can all make good purpose and use of it!

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