The Best Way To Celebrate Your Anniversary

No matter what kind of anniversary you are celebrating, you want it to be an unforgettable and amazing memory that the two of you will cherish forever. So, follow some of these suggestions and help yourself achieve the anniversary celebration of your wildest dreams.

One way you can celebrate is to go traditionally romantic and plan a lovely night out on the town. This form of anniversary requires foresight as well as reservations, scheduling, and some planning so that everything goes smoothly and there are no kinks. If you want to have a celebration where you and your special someone go out and paint the town red, make sure you choose a restaurant in advance, make a reservation, and call ahead of time so that the place is not booked or crowded or full when you come. Also you do not want to have to wait a long time for your table so making a reservation will make the night feel even more as though the two of you are getting the royal treatment.

After choosing a place to dine, choose another place to go afterwards. If you love seeing movies together, choose a great one that you can see, a romantic film, perhaps, or decide to take a romantic carriage ride through the down town streets of your city by arranging to have a horse and carriage service take the two of you on a fairy tale trip through town. A night on the town anniversary can be a wonderful way to make memories and do it in a way that is close to home and still fairly affordable. It will be a chance to get all dressed up and go and do something exciting and fun with your special someone. It might even be charming to revisit the location where you two had your very first date.

Another option is to stay indoors and do something romantic and more intimate within the confines of your own home. If you two do not love going out but want to do something romantic, a nice home cooked meal that the two of you prepare together might be a great way to relive and remember the fine moments of your relationship while you two curl up with your favorite drinks before the hearth and reminisce about how you met. Also, this is a great option if you are low on funds and want something that is not too fancy and too expensive, either. You can add to the evening by presenting each other with gifts made by one another, maybe personal poems or other homemade items that will show just how much you love and care for your significant other.

Finally, another wonderful way to show your love and affections is to celebrate your anniversary with a lot of friends and family in a grand party style where people join together and celebrate the day the two of you were wed or first joined together. This can be a nice way to celebrate if you have children or a lot of relatives who were a huge part of your relationship and who want to celebrate along with you. BOLA TANGKAS
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THE BEST OF BILLIE HOLIDAY
1 On the Sunny Side of the Street (McHugh – Fields) (1944) 00:00
Eddie Heywood (piano), John Simmons (bass), Sidney Catlett (drums)
2 All of Me (Marks – Simons) (march 21, 1941) 02:59
Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra ft: Lester Young (tenor sax)
3 I Can’t Get Started (Duke – Gershwin) (1938) 06:01
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Lester Young (tenor sax)
4 God Bless the Child (Holiday) (1941) 08:48
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, ft: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Eddie Heywood (piano)
5 Am I Blue (Clark – Akst) (1941) 11:42
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, featuring: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Eddie Heywood (piano)
6 Billie’s Blues (I Love My Man) (Holiday) (1944) 14:31
Eddie Heywood (piano), John Simmons (bass), Sidney Catlett (drums)
7 Body and Soul (Green – Heyman – Sour) (1940) 17:38
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Roy Eldridge (trumpet)
8 Summertime (Gershwin – Heyward ) (1936) 20:34
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Bunny Berigan (trumpet). Artie Shaw (clarinet)
9 Georgia on My Mind (Carmichael) (1941) 23:27
Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra ft: Eddie Heywood (piano)
10 I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (McHugh Fields) (1936) 26:43
Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, ft: Jonah Jones (trumpet), Ben Webster (tenor sax), Benny Goodman (clarinet)
11 Lover come Back to Me (Romberg – Hammerstein) (1944) 30:08
Eddie Heywood (piano), John Simmons (bass), Sidney Catlett (drums)
12 Pennies from Heaven (Johnstone – Burke) (1936) 33:26
Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, ft: Ben Webster (tenor sax), Benny Goodman (clarinet)
13 My Man (Yvain – Pollack) (1937) 36:40
Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, ft: Prince Robinson (clarinet), Buck Claytron (trumpet)
14 Night and Day (Porter) (1939) 39:41
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Joe Sullivan (piano)
15 Them There Eyes (Pinkard – Tracey – Link) (1939) 42:37
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Tab Smith (alto sax), Charlie Shavers (trumpet), Kenneth Hollon (tenor sax)
16 Love Me or Leave Me (Donaldson – Kahn) (1941) 45:25
Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, ft: Babe Russin (tenor sax)
17 Lover Man (Ramirez – Sherman – Davis) (1944) 48:43
Orchestra arranged and conducted by Toots Camarata
18 The Man I Love (Gershwin) (1939) 51:58
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Lester Young (tenor sax)
19 The Very Thought of You (Noble) (1938) 55:00
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Margaret Johnson (piano), Busk Clayton (trumpet), Lester Young (clarinet)
20 Yesterdays (Kern – Harbach) (1939) 57:43
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, ft: Sonny White (piano), Kenneth Hollon (tenor sax)
21 These Foolish Things (Strachey – Marvell) (1936 ) 1:01:02
Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, ft Wilson (piano), Harry Carney (baritone sax), Johnny Hodges (alto sax), Jonah Jones (trumpet)
22 My Old Flame (Coslow – Johnson) (1944) 1:04:19
Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra
23 They Can’t Take That Away from Me (Gershwin) (1937) 1:07:17
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Teddy Wilson (piano), Buster Bailey (clarinet)
24 St. Louis Blues (Handy) (11940) 1:10:18
Benny Carter and His Orchestra, ft: Benny Morton (trombone), Georgie Auld (tenor sax), Bill Coleman (trumpet)
25 Strange Fruit (Allan) (1939) 1:13:10
Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Frank Newton (trumpet), Sonny White (piano)

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