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Where iz et Your Hiding Place Mon Cherie!?

by Beach T. Weston
“Just Beachie Column”

L’amour! Love, sweet love. And this is the month to express it freely. If you need inspiration, Pepé Le Pew will be happy to be your guide, for the sweet-smelling skunk never fails to win his true love’s heart. Whoops! Maybe I should have said he never fails to pursue his true love’s heart. No matter her rejections, Pepe remains unwavering in the quest for kisses from his beautiful Cherie.

“We are inseparable…are we not darling!?” smooches Pepé as he tries to convince the object of his affection, Penelope Pussycat, that his only desire is to make love to her in the Casbah.

     “Eney, meeny, miny, moe,
     Catch a lover by the toe.
     If she holler hold her closer,
     Eney, meeny, miny, moesa.
     O-U-T! spells I LOVE YOU!”

Could it be that Pepe is truly in love? Or is he just in love with love? Amoureux de l’amour.

Like so many of us, I think we are just in love with love, which isn’t a bad thing unless of course you hookup with the Tasmanian Devil and allow them to swirl so quickly through your romantic life that by the time they depart you feel as if a tornado has imploded your heart. Your emotions splintered and scattered in the after mass.

But even after Taz encounters of the worst kind, love is delightful! Love gives you the sensation of bouncing on fluffy pink clouds. Love makes life good. Love makes life fun! Love helps us endure hard times and celebrate good times.

Hard-knocks have given many a heart pain, mine included, and yet, I still believe in love. I believe in the magic of love. It is the only true power in the world. A divine presence. A heavenly force.

Let February be the month we enjoy the philosophy of Pepé Le Pew, and follow your romantic heart: slip into something more comfortable, pop the bubbly and sing words of love to your Cherie.

In Peace and L’amour

© Beach T. Weston 2017

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Thought for the week

Practicing compassion gives you strength. Kindness gives you power, and enjoying love, well, it just makes you feel good.

Share love, give love, spread love


"Five hundred twenty-five
Six hundred minutes
How do you measure the life
Of a woman or a man? (Or animal?)

In truths that she learned,
Or in times that he cried.
In bridges he burned,
Or the way that she died.

It's time now to sing out,
Tho' the story never ends
Let's celebrate
Remember a year in the life of friends
Remember the love!

Remember the love!

Oh you got to got to
Remember the love!

You know that love is a gift
from up above
Share love, give love spread love
Measure measure your life in love"






love has no conditions or boundaries. Love does not restrain itself or hold
back. Love gives all the time and doesn't ask for anything in return. Love is a
continuous flow without any limits. And all of this is inside you."
Rhonda Byrne

“Angel Animals”

I was just reading a sweet little book entitled “Angel Animals” by Allen & Linda Anderson. On the cover is a small dog kissing a horse. How cute is this cover?



 On page 147, there is a thoughtful Meditation:


Is there a person or animal you know that could use a little “Purring”—some encouraging words? Does someone have a spot of suffering that you could ease with loving attention?


Bch Honu Framed


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