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Written by April Mitchell
A few nights back I couldn't sleep, because I missed Levi. So I decided to watch a movie. I watched this cute 1962 movie titled My Six Loves on Netflix. This film was sweet and heartwarming, with mild cheesiness and a few singing numbers thrown in. A little like Cheaper by the Dozen and Please Don't Eat the Daisies. An actress exhausted from work goes to her Connecticut home only to find even more work and craziness, as six orphaned children hiding out on her property become her personal problem. Along comes the overly helpful and handsome town minister to "help" her with the problem. In the end, everything is happily ever after just like all movies should end.