My first date with Diane was 28 years ago today. Fifteen months after that we got married and took off for Hot Springs (yes, we heard all the jokes) for our honeymoon. This will not be the most romantic Valentine's Day, I suppose. We're caught up in the daily tasks of helping Chris recover from the accident. And yet . . . after all these years with the Love of my life . . . there's something deeply romantic about it. For all these years we've cuddled, fought, forgiven, traveled, danced, prayed, laughed, and poured our lives into Matt, Megan, and Chris. There's something deeply romantic about a quite evening with Diane to continue helping Chris. For the occasion I've ripped a CD of some of our favorite love songs: Elvis's "Can't Help Falling in Love" Eric Clapton's "Change the World" Steven Curtis Chapman's "I Will Be Here" The Dixie Chicks' "I Believe in Love" Collin Raye's "Love Remains" Terri Clark's "I Just Want to Be Mad" (pure eroticism) Jim Croce's "Time in a Bottle" John Mayer's "Your Body Is a Wonderland" (hey, we're married!) Dan Fogelberg's "Make Love Stay" Righteous Brothers' "Unchained Melody" Norah Jones's "Be Here to Love Me" and "The Nearness of You" James Taylor's "How Sweet It Is" Beatles' "Something" Help me out here. Any glaring omissions? What are some other great love songs?