Here’s hoping you have a Sam and Molly* moment or, perhaps, a Nickie and Terry° moment (but only the part where they’re reunited, but without the need of a wheelchair) today.
Or better still, go listen to this. (Still don’t know how to do embeds from my phone.)
What I mean is: Happy Valentine’s Day!
* Ghost (1990) — the pottery wheel scene, not the whole Patrick Swayze dying and returning as a ghost part.
° An Affair to Remember (1957) — Cary Grant & Deborah Kerr version because #CaryGrant, obviously.
I’ve written plenty in the past about my love for Honeyboy Edwards. I’ve talked many an ear off several unsuspecting friends about Honeyboy.
At this point, if there were even the merest chance that anyone I run into DOESN’T know Honeyboy is part of my heart, my soul, my very DNA, I’d be surprised if they were surprised by this first item on my not-so-distant wish list for Valentine’s Day, or birthday.
It is, of course, a brand new release of David Honeyboy Edwards. I want the CD. I want the DVD. And, God help me, I need another copy of his book in my collection (I foolishly loaned it out and never got it back, the bastards!).
So, there it is.
What do YOU want for Valentine’s Day?