There is a pull-out journal card behind the photo. Here's what it says: I don't know exactly when this photo was taken. This is my mama and daddy, Ruth and E.P. Perdue. I have several photos where Daddy is looking at Mama instead of looking at the camera. When I see him looking at her like this it reminds me of the old Burt Bacharach song “The Look of Love”. The lyrics to that song just say it all. Daddy definitely had “the look of love” all the years that they had together. I've included the lyrics below.
The look of love is in your eyes, the look your smile can't disguise. The look of love is saying so much more than just words could ever say; and what my heart has heard well it takes my breath away.
I can hardly wait to hold you, feel my arms around you. How long I have waited, waited just to love you, now that I have found you.
You've got the look of love. It's on your face - a look that time can't erase. Be mine tonight, let this be just the start of so many nights like this. Let's take a lover's vow and then seal it with a kiss.
I can hardly wait to hold you, feel my arms around you. How long I have waited, waited just to love you. Now that I have found you don't ever go.
I can hardly wait to hold you, feel my arms around you. How long I have waited, waited just to love you. Now that I have found you don't ever go. Don't ever go. I love you so.
Everything on this page is really old from my stash, so I have no idea where it came from or who made most of it. The top left border, bottom left swirl with Remember when, and the title piece are all plastic overlays. The black diamond border, arrow, and three white borders are rub ons. The swirl at the bottom of the photo is bling. The bow is made from a mesh ribbon. The gold hearts and round gold piece in the middle of the clock are metal embellies. The torn fuzzy piece coming from the right side of the photo is mulberry. The True Love, Always and forever..., and clock are vellums pieces. The "time" sticker is epoxy. The typewriter, key, chest, and letters are stickers. The black white and gold circle (bottom right) is a button. The pearl in the center of the clock is a brad. The small pearls between the black diamonds are stick ons. There is a black feather beside the clock. I used black brads to hold down the vellum quotes. The frame was made using a corner punch (I think it was made by EK Success). The border at the top of the pull out card was done using the Vintage Floral border punch by Martha Stewart.