Happy Valentines Day!

www.hdnicewallpapers.comI’ve always thought of Valentine’s day as a holiday for the unmarried, despite the origins of the holiday originating around Saint Valentine and his marrying of young couples.

And I think it is a wonderful thing when children get to make boxes and get cards.  I enjoyed it as a child and my children did as well.    I sort of wish this had been a thing at the offices I worked at.

I don’t like the hecticness of it, the rush to buy a present and/or card, reservations for dinner, waiting for dinner, and then trying to have a conversation with your loved one when you can barely hear above the din of noise.

As a married person, I have a day just for my spouse and me, June 15th, our anniversary.

I have spent the holiday alone, when my husband has worked or when he was deployed.   And I usually would get myself a box of chocolates, a microwave dinner and settle in with a movie, or better a good book.

This year, I’m planning on making my husband dinner and I’m hoping for a box of chocolates. 🙂

I hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day my dear reader, however you choose to celebrate it.

 

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I want Candy!

You should have visited  Alanna Coca’s site before mine. 

Did you know it’s estimated that about one billion valentines are sent each year worldwide, making it the second largest card-sending holiday.  Well me – I’ve always preferred Candy…so here’s a little eye-candy for you.

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Love,

 

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