That was so yesterday…

Alright… I am over my pity moment. All things considered, I just need to bite my tongue.

er. Finger…

So. I need your help. Help away… And PLEASE consider seeking advice from your readers on this, because I need LOTS of help:

– favorite romantic black and white films?

– favorite (easy, elegant and affordable) appetizer recipe?

– favorite reception music?


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10 thoughts on “That was so yesterday…

  1. So…pigs in a blanket, pinwheels, and cheese sticks…probably not elegant, but oh,so good. Also, I’ve seen people cut a pizza into little square, bite-sized pieces. Still not elegant…I love songs from the soundtracks of all the love stories. I don’t remember much about the movie, but the “One Fine Day” soundtrack (with George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer) is one of my favorites. Also, “The Mirror Has Two Faces” with Barbara Streisand. The movie wasn’t great, but some of the songs on the soundtrack are my favorites.

  2. Appetizers? I love mini quiches. I actually love anything in those little pastry shells. Movies? Uh… “An Affair to Remember”… hands down.Songs? I like compliation albums.I would ask my readers, but……

  3. Jennie- yes, I am thinking affair to remember but my hang up is I want something more visual and less audio driven… Like a romantic musical. I love pastry shells too! :)

  4. I got nothing for you on the movie or music thing, but dooood crescent rolls can be used to make beautiful things. Rolled with cheese, hot dogs, spinach and feta, anything really. Cheap, and easy to make a wide variety of things.

  5. What’s a black and white film? LOL! Do you realize our kids will NEVER know what these were other than the black and white part of The Wizard of Oz?!

  6. Romantic movie–Phildelphia Story with Cary GrantAppetizer–sounds gross but Yummy and cheap–trust medrained canned asperagus (1) wrapped in Wonder crustless bread that has been smeared with mayo–I know sound gross but it is really YUMMY and the catering company i worked for in college served to the Queen of England when she came to Boston in 1976=HONEST!Try it you won’t be sorry!!!Reception-quiet or dancing?

  7. I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.Ruth

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