Friday, February 16, 2007

Valentine's Day

I hope everyone had a good V-day. Whether you did it alone, or had a sweety with you, I just hope you had a good day. ::hugs to you all::

I woke up to a phone call from my sweety. He tells me to look on my desk. Well, my kitties love to pull things off of my desk, so there wasn't anything there. I did find a card in my seat though. I open it, and this is what I read:
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Then I open it and the inside reads:
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"I almost picked up a more romantic one, but when I saw that one, it was just too perfect," he says to me. I love him, he's so cute.

Later, he comes home from work with these:
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Here are the roses today:
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and
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Two roses, for our second V-day together. ::grins happily:: They're so pretty, and smell so nice. That night we went to Hannibal Rising and Bueno for dinner. It was a very good day.

4 Comments:

Blogger Dawn said...

Hannibal Rising? How romantic! ::rolls eyes, grins::

7:25 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...

::laughs:: That's exactly what my sister said!!

We wanted to see it, and it was a mutual agreement. Besides, what rules say you have to see a romantic movie? :ob

1:34 AM  
Blogger Dawn said...

It was just funny to read after all the mushy stuff you wrote about.

Personally, I'd've gone to "Hannibal Rising" as an ANTI-VD statement. I hate the commercialism, I hate that people feel obligated to get something for others (if you WANT to get something, great, but HAVING to get something . . . .). The best V-D I ever had was three friends and I getting together for supper -- we ate heart-shaped cookies with sayings like "Bite Me" and "You Suck" written in black icing, and we watched the first episode of the Stephen King mini-series "Storm of the Century" on TV. Good times!

2:38 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...

LoL! That sounds like our kind-of VD! We don't feel obligated. I just like to do little special things for him as he does for me.

I made him a little envelope/box that I put a little heart shaped card (that I also made) and a shrunk wash cloth shaped like a heart (you know the ones where you add water, and it stretches back out again?). Real simple and cost no more than $1.

The movie was just an excuse for us to get out of the house, and go on a date together. :o)

10:27 PM  

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