Thursday, January 13, 2011

Day 12: A Song I Want at My Wedding

This post is much easier than many of the others in this challenge. One song that I have wanted to be played as the processional at my wedding is "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." It's a very old song, but the lyrics are amazing.

I must admit, the first time I heard it was while watching "Anne of Green Gables" and being the helpless romantic that I am, I could not resist loving the song. (Now I want to watch all of the movies again!)





5 comments:

Angie said...

I am definitely a sucker for Anne of Green Gables, myself! I must admit, though, that I have not seen the last movie of them married. I know, I know! But, most people have recommended that I do not watch it because it just ruins the others. I have heard that Anne is not the "Anne" we loved in the previous movies. Therefore, I have never watched it. After these pics, though, I can't stand it! LOL! I'm gonna have to find some way to watch this movie!!! :D

Hannah Elisabeth said...

OOOHHH You have to watch it! Anne isn't quite as crazy as she was in the previous movies, but that's cuz she's grown up! I love the movie...it has some suspense and action and is quite exciting! :)

Tamzin said...

Which is the last movie? Is it 'Anne of Green Gables: the Continuing Story' or is there one after that?

I love those books so much, really like the films as well but it seemed to me that as time went on, they changed the story a lot more from the original

Hannah Elisabeth said...

Yes, "Anne of Green Gables the Continuing Story" is the last one (I wish they would make another one). I have never read the books because I figured they changed the story line and I hate it when I hear two different stories that are supposed to be the same thing.

Tamzin said...

They changed 'Continuing Story' quite a lot from the books, I don't think I watched it to the end though so that's on my to-do list. I often have to pretend that films of books are completely different stories from the original books so I don't get annoyed.