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Thursday, February 15, 2007

Possibilities

One of the following happened yesterday that kept me from doing a Valentine's Day blog:


1. In my old age, I simply forgot.


2. I was swept away in an endless romance and could not make it to the computer through the piles of candy and flowers sent to me by countless lovers.


3. I spent the day covered in sugar, flour and children making cookies and candies. Then fell asleep with pink icing on the corner of my mouth so as to entice my husband with my ratty t-shirt and stained jeans and slippers.



Remember when Valentine's Day was actually romantic spent doing wonderful things like candlelit dinners, moonlight walks, slow dancing, romantic getaways? Maybe if I put romance on my day planner...(***Kristin, remember to be romantic tonight....take a shower at least, put on underwear that is not reminiscent of your grandmother)


In all honesty, in all the chaos we had a nice day. The kids had a great time making heart shaped cookies with me...licking the knife with every swipe of icing. (Remind me not to share these cookies with anyone...) Dan gave me a really thoughtful and ROMANTIC! gift. It was a really pretty journal with all kinds of sweet notes to me in it. I absolutely loved it.


Savannah made me a card at school, but then decided to give it to someone else. Hmph.


I also got a wonderful surprise in the mail from Carly. She sent me a birthday gift. It made my day. I wish my camera had batteries so that I could have taken a picture. It was a lovely card, an Aquarius magnet, and a chic lit book by Jennifer Weiner which I can't wait to read. Thanks, Carly!!
All in all a nice Valentine's Day. Even if we did just go to bed and watch TV. If you can't be away at some romantic hotel, being at home cuddled up in bed with some kiddie saliva cookies that were made with love ain't so bad.

9 comments:

kfk said...

No, that ain't bad at all. And actually, the way I prefer it. It was very low-key here too.

What's For Dinner? said...

Sounds like our house. It breaks your heart when they give their artwork away. Caters has made some really beautiful things at school and work and then handed them to my MIL. I always get bitter. But I'm glad you had fun pink icing and all!

Ms.L said...

Awww it does sound like a sweet day!

Carolyn said...

We eat LOTS of kiddie saliva cookies here too!

Dr.John said...

I would have giessed number one. I always guess number one. I gave my wife a very romantic chocolate bar.

Mimi said...

Sounds like a nice Valentines! Sorry about your card though! LOL!

Pendullum said...

A belatedhappy Valentine's Day...
It sounds like you had a grande day!!!

QueenieCarly said...

You are welcome, my dear. You had to know I wouldn't let your 30th birthday pass without some acknowledgement!

Oh, The Joys said...

Cookies? Did someone say cookies?