Monday, July 25, 2011

I love this video!

I know it’s not new! But I love the movie and this is one of my favorite videos. I realized this morning that I didn’t know how to insert a video on my blog and hubby is helping me learn how this afternoon!

So now my Elvis video in the previous post is easier to access…..

and here’s “She” from the movie Notting Hill!

 

ENJOY!!! And THANKS hubby!

What’s your favorite video? I’ll watch it, too!

20 comments:

Vee said...

They told a lot of story in that three minutes didn't they? ☺ I've always liked that song, too.

Joanne said...

Love this song...its new to me!
Thanks
Blessings, Joanne

Diane Writes said...

Hello name mate! I found another commonality between us. I supeeer love Notting Hill and the song too. This is my kind of movie :)

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

:D I like it, too. My all time favorite video is A-Ha's "Take on Me" video because it was the first video that used rotoscope technology, and the song is *awesome*

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I love that show and song. I think I need a hubby, I have no idea how to load a video, your officially a techno geek!

Carol

missing moments said...

Oh, I love that song and the movie as well!

Diane said...

Great video!!
:)

Beth said...

I love the movie too. Great video.

Kaybe said...

Great movie. I used to take my nieces to Sanibel evry summer for a week & that always included the newest Julia Roberts movie. This is one of my favorites. Here's my favorite "romantic" video -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwRrKaq0IyY

Take good care,

Karen

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh, I love that movie!!! And what a darling video...She looks so pretty in it! I love Julie Roberts and everything she is in. And those little flower girls are so cute too!

XO
Cindy

michelle said...

Such a great movie and I love that song. I also fell in love with "When you say nothing at all" through this movie. :)
Thank you for sharing.
xo

Toyin O. said...

Nice video.

**CREATIVE CARMELINA** said...

I love Notting Hill! and that song SHE plays loudly and regularly here at our house! it's so romantic!

I'll watch the video...thanks!
and my current favourite youtube video is just a simple couple, boy and a girl, sitting on a couch with a quilt in the background....a microphone, a guitar...and she's singing MOONRIVER! What a sweet melody!

Type in THE HONEY TREES and look for the video with my description and I don't have the link on hand!

Welcome officially to my blog. It's hard to keep track of my followers...but it's funny because we've been communicating for some time now! lol

ciao bella
hope you like the singing!


CREATIVE CARMELINA

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Aww, that was so romantic! I love that movie too!

KAT said...

amazing how people can talk to each other with their eyes
KAT

Creative Breathing said...

Always a favorite movie pick on a rainy day! Thank you also for the beautiful photos of the mountains of NC. So lovely! Wishing you happy summer days! Elizabeth

Wanda said...

You are so clever! I need to have your DH make a trip to Canada to teach me some of his computer ways - this video insertion and that trick with the photo of him at an intersection while he was enroute north awhile back!
As for the song - I really like that whole soundtrack, especially "No Matter What" by BoyZone. It was not really in the movie, per se, but plays at the very end of the credits and is on the CD.
As for "my" song, it is "Songbird" by Eva Cassidy. It was sung at our wedding. Here is a link to it on YouTube. You might have to copy & paste it into a browser window. http://www.youtube.com
Wanda in Edmonton/watch?v=AFFo1pu4q7Q

Wanda said...

Try this link. Somehow the first one broke into two pieces around my signature. :(

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFFo1pu4q7Q

cynthialeedesigns said...

Love the movie Notting Hill...it is one of my favorites and my hubby likes it too. We have movie date nights here at home and we've watch this one several times.

Maggie said...

How lovely to see this clip and hear the song again.
I think I'll just have to go and pop the DVD in the machiine and watch Notting Hill again, for the
6th time.
A great way to spend a wet afternoon in Normandy!