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H A P P Y  G I R L  Geste

H A P P Y G I R L Gestern hatten wir unser 2 Jhriges, das wir aber leider nicht gemeinsam verbringen konnten! Ich war krank zuhause - mein Kater hat sich stark verletzt . Dann kam diese berraschung gestern auf Arbeit und ich war nicht DA . Dafr aber dann heute! Ich bin so glcklich einen so tollen Mann an meiner Seite zu haben. Ich mag das ganze private auch alles nicht mehr so preisgeben und allen davon erzhlen. Denn ich es gibt sehr sehr viele Menschen die einem das nicht gnnen oder einem was schlechtes wnschen . Eigentlich sehr schade denn ich will niemanden etwas bses. Ihr werdet mit Sicherheit noch das ein oder andere erfahren aber das wars dann auch ich wnsche euch noch einen schnen Abend #yesterday #happy #girl #2yearsanniversary #relationshipgoals #thankful #alhamdulillah #bismillah #futurehusband #mylove #bestmanonearth #onelove #cano #nuremberg #munich #blogger_de #blogger #bloglovin

An extract on #yesterday

"Yesterday" (Beatles song), a 1965 Beatles single "Yesterday" (Toni Braxton song), a 2010 song from the album Pulse "Yesterday" (Shanice song), a 1999 song from the album Shanice "Yesterday" (Ashley Roberts song), a 2012 song "Yesterdays" (1933 song), a 1933 song from the musical Roberta by Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach "Yesterdays" (Guns N' Roses song), a 1992 song from the album Use Your Illusion II "Yesterday", by Ace Troubleshooter from the album Ace Troubleshooter "Yesterday", by Atmosphere from When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold "Yesterday", by Bad Religion from Back to the Known "Yesterday", by Grave Digger from Heavy Metal Breakdown "Yesterday", by Lasgo from Far Away "Yesterday", by Leona Lewis from Spirit "Yesterday", by Mary Mary from the album Mary Mary "Yesterday", by Debelah Morgan from It's Not Over "Yesterday", by Staind from 14 Shades of Grey "Yesterday", by Geraint Watkins "Yesterday", by Karmin "Yesterdays", by Michelle Chamuel "Yesterdays", by Pennywise from From the Ashes "Yesterdays", by Switchfoot from Oh! Gravity.

Yesterday (EP), by The Beatles Yesterday (Grave Digger EP) Yesterday (EP), by Kim Junsu (XIA) Yesterdays (Gato Barbieri album) Yesterdays (Keith Jarrett album) Yesterdays (Pennywise album) Yesterdays (Yes album) Yesterdays, by Shirley Bassey

Yesterday (1959 film), a 1959 Hungarian film Yesterday (1968 film), a documentary written and directed by Ral daSilva Yesterday (1981 film), a romantic drama starring Vincent Van Patten Yesterday (1985 film), a 1985 Polish film Yesterday (2002 film), a South Korean science fiction drama directed by Yun-su Jeong Yesterday (2004 film), a Zulu-language South African drama directed by Darrell Roodt Quitting, a 2001 Chinese film ("Yesterday" is the literal English translation of the film's original Mandarin title)

Yesterday (TV channel), a British Television channel, formerly known as UKTV History "Yesterday" (Grey's Anatomy), a 2006 episode of Grey's Anatomy "Yesterday" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), a 2002 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent

The channel originally launched on 30 October 2002 as UK History, a channel for the network's historic documentaries. These were previously found on the channel UK Horizons; however, the launch of UK History allowed the channel to broadcast more programmes in their schedule. The majority of programming on the channel is sourced from the BBC programme archive, through the part ownership of the channel by BBC Worldwide. The launch of the channel also coincided with the launch of the new digital terrestrial provider Freeview, following the collapse of the former provider ITV Digital. The service remained unchanged until 8 March 2004, when the channel changed its name in line with the rest of the UKTV network to UKTV History. The channel was available full-time on all platforms until 15 October 2007 when the hours were reduced on the Freeview platform, resulting in the channel stopping broadcasting at 6pm each day. This was a result of the launch of Dave, which took over UKTV History broadcast capacity. UKTV History took over the slot used by the unsuccessful UKTV Bright Ideas that was sharing a slot with Virgin1 and Babestation. The channel's inability to broadcast in prime time on Freeview resulted in a ratings drop. In November 2007, the channel had a 0.3 percent share of all television viewing, compared to 0.5 percent a year earlier. This restriction remained until 1 June 2010, when broadcast time was extended until 1am each day, following the closure of the Virgin1 +1 channel on Freeview. As a result, the channel can now broadcast fully from 6am to 1am daily. As part of a network wide programme of relaunching all the UKTV channels under unique names and brands, the channel was renamed as Yesterday on 2 March 2009. The new channel also took on extra programming including fictional historic series and programmes previously broadcast on UKTV Documentary concerning the natural history of the British Isles. Since 24 July 2012, Yesterday offers more entertainment-led content along with a design refresh, which includes a new logo and idents, in order to attract a wider and younger audience. Along with a new slogan Entertainment inspired by history For example, the channel has broadcast more repeats of situation comedies, such as Last of the Summer Wine or Butterflies. In late 2014, Yesterday began slowly decreasing the amount of comedy and drama shown on the channel and branching out into more factual content, with notable additions including natural history, science and engineering alongside the classic slate of history programming. On 8 December 2015 Yesterday became available on Freesat together with two of its UKTV sister channels Drama and Really.