Blog Changes

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Hello loves,

So I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my two blogs.

This Beatles blog started as a college class assignment, but has grown into so much more. Over these last few months I have realized my love of blogging and sharing my thoughts. So much that I started my fashion blog too. My love of fashion, photography and the Beatles has grown, through my posts and fellow Beatles fans who have followed, liked and commented.

I have truly appreciated every one of you and hope you continue on with me in these changes!

Although this has all been so much fun, it’s sometimes a struggle to be posting three times a week on two different blogs. So I’ve finally decided what to do. I’m a little sad about the things that will be ending, but also excited about the new things to come.

I’ll be ending this blog and starting a new one through my fashion blog, but relaunched as Jasmin’s Journey. There will be a Beatles section, a fashion section and so much more! I’m very excited for this new change!

Stay tuned for more! http://www.journeywithjasmin.wordpress.com will be the new domain so be on the look-out.

I plan to relaunch on August 4th!

Until then,

Peace and love. Let it be.

– Jasmin ☼

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Song Spotlight: I Want to Hold Your Hand

Hello loves!

Check out this video for the song “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”

“I Want to Hold Your Hand” was written by Lennon and McCartney and recorded in October of 1963. It was the first Beatles record using four-track equipment.

This song was the Beatles first American number one song, on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart in February of 1964. It stayed there for seven weeks before “She Loves You” replaced it. “I Want to Hold Your Hand” became the Beatles’ best-selling single worldwide.

You can check out my poylvore here!

Peace and love. Let it be.

– Jasmin ☼

Song Spotlight: Words of Love

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Hello loves!

Today’s post is a Song Spotlight for my latest polyvore board: Words of Love.

I absolutely love this song!

This song was originally written by Buddy Holly and covered by the Beatles on the album “Beatles for Sale” in October of 1964.

Check out the Beatles version below.

Stay tuned for more posts soon!

Peace and love. Let it be.

– Jasmin ☼

Photo Credits: Willie Simpson