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Happy Belated Birthday To The Lovely Lucille Ball. “Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.”
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loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
loving-lucy:


Lucy & Desi eloped in 1940, but were married again in 1949 in the Catholic Church at the urging of Desi’s mother, who thought that they would be rewarded with children if married in God’s eyes. →


I thought that because Desi and I had eloped and had been married by a judge, our marriage somehow lacked a certain sacred quality. So we were married again in 1949 in Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park. Groucho Marx couldn’t make the ceremony, but wired: “What’s new?”
Desi and his band were appearing on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip the June day we married. He wore a white suit and I was in a blue satin wedding dress with a bridal bouquet. My mentor in comedy techniques, Ed Sedgwick, gave me away and Desi’s mother, Dolores, was matron of honor. I thought it would please her to have us married in the church, and I promised to bring up any children we might have as Catholics.
It was a sentimental occasion, with our closest friends and family there, and a wedding reception afterward. It was a beautiful ceremony, and I believed in it. 


Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball

We had been married for nine years, but when I saw her coming down the aisle with her bouquet and wedding dress and hat, I got as much of a thrill as the first time, perhaps even more. 

A Book by Desi Arnaz
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Even Though I Know How Things Ended. Seeing Them, Knowing About Them Always Makes Me Happy. It’s Very Real. To Love Someone So Much But Not Love Them Enough.
Their Expressions. So Brilliant. Their Energy. So Much Fun. I Love It.
Even Though I Know How Things Ended. Seeing Them, Knowing About Them Always Makes Me Happy. It’s Very Real. To Love Someone So Much But Not Love Them Enough.
Their Expressions. So Brilliant. Their Energy. So Much Fun. I Love It.
Even Though I Know How Things Ended. Seeing Them, Knowing About Them Always Makes Me Happy. It’s Very Real. To Love Someone So Much But Not Love Them Enough.
Their Expressions. So Brilliant. Their Energy. So Much Fun. I Love It.
Even Though I Know How Things Ended. Seeing Them, Knowing About Them Always Makes Me Happy. It’s Very Real. To Love Someone So Much But Not Love Them Enough.
Their Expressions. So Brilliant. Their Energy. So Much Fun. I Love It.
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Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Beyond Gorgeous!
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lovelypillowtalk:

Lucy♥ Vamping It Up!
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I ♥ Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez. So. Hard.
This Is Why I Admire Them. This Is Why I Adore Love. 
Makes Me Remember How Much I Love The Concept of Love. Reminds Me Not To Be Discouraged Or Dragged Down By Disillusionment. Life Is Long And By Nature As Human Beings We Will Make A Mess Of It But It’s These Little Moments, Raw and Spontaneous, That Make Life Worth Living. These Are The Kinds Of Moments I Will Choose To Remember In The End.
I ♥ Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez. So. Hard.
This Is Why I Admire Them. This Is Why I Adore Love. 
Makes Me Remember How Much I Love The Concept of Love. Reminds Me Not To Be Discouraged Or Dragged Down By Disillusionment. Life Is Long And By Nature As Human Beings We Will Make A Mess Of It But It’s These Little Moments, Raw and Spontaneous, That Make Life Worth Living. These Are The Kinds Of Moments I Will Choose To Remember In The End.
I ♥ Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez. So. Hard.
This Is Why I Admire Them. This Is Why I Adore Love. 
Makes Me Remember How Much I Love The Concept of Love. Reminds Me Not To Be Discouraged Or Dragged Down By Disillusionment. Life Is Long And By Nature As Human Beings We Will Make A Mess Of It But It’s These Little Moments, Raw and Spontaneous, That Make Life Worth Living. These Are The Kinds Of Moments I Will Choose To Remember In The End.
I ♥ Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez. So. Hard.
This Is Why I Admire Them. This Is Why I Adore Love. 
Makes Me Remember How Much I Love The Concept of Love. Reminds Me Not To Be Discouraged Or Dragged Down By Disillusionment. Life Is Long And By Nature As Human Beings We Will Make A Mess Of It But It’s These Little Moments, Raw and Spontaneous, That Make Life Worth Living. These Are The Kinds Of Moments I Will Choose To Remember In The End.
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This Year Seems Like As Good As Any To Begin.
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miss-mcgillicuddy:


“…and he loved her till his dying day.”


♥ So sad, so lovely. This made me teary eyed.
miss-mcgillicuddy:


“…and he loved her till his dying day.”


♥ So sad, so lovely. This made me teary eyed.
miss-mcgillicuddy:


“…and he loved her till his dying day.”


♥ So sad, so lovely. This made me teary eyed.
miss-mcgillicuddy:


“…and he loved her till his dying day.”


♥ So sad, so lovely. This made me teary eyed.
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Face It
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