Archive for March, 2012


Friday, March 30th, 2012

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LOVE IS patient. LOVE IS kind. (I Corinthians 13:4, written in wedding vows including yours truly!)

The Wedding Dress

LOVE IS blind. (Oh! I see, not at first sight?)

Heart - Lit

LOVE IS The Drug. (Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music)

LOVE IS never having to say I’m sorry. (Erich Segal’s 1970’s romance tale, “Love Story”)

LOVE IS intoxicating. (Punch drunk love with lots of swooning)

LOVE IS in the air! (Spring is here!)

LOVE IS easy. (It truly is.)

LOVE IS life. And LIFE IS like a box of chocolates. (Forrest Gump – “You never know which one you’re going to get!”)

Life is like a box of chocolates.

Courmeyer Italian Chocolates

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The Year of The Dragon

Friday, March 9th, 2012

No Loves Lost followers take heart! I’ve been away on a “vacation” from love, a bit of a sabbatical although I did post love sightings on Twitter.

Kicking off the Year of the Dragon February 23, 2012, we know the highly compatible signs for Dragons – Tigers, Snakes, Horses, Pigs. But those extremely compatible are Rats and Monkeys! It takes someone tough, clever, or extremely easy-going to be a Dragon’s partner, because, despite their deep-down sentimentality and their irresistibility, they can be rude, moody, and downright insensitive.

Is that true with your Dragon friends (those born in 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964, 1952…) ?

The Water Dragon (born this year) is more sensitive to others and more cooperative than their other elemental Metal, Wood, Fire, and Earth Dragons. They are better able to stand back from things and take an objective view of the situation. Thus they make wise judgements and much more prepared to see eye-to-eye with other people.

People love Dragons because they are warm and generous, charismatic, and irrisistibly attractive, and strong and courageous. They fall in love at the drop of a hat but are in no hurry to give up their independence and many remain single! But if you are an intelligent, witty, and amusing companion, you may well intrigue the Dragon enough to make them want to commit. And once they do, they are unlikely to ever roam again!