Thursday, February 19, 2015

Valentine's Day

Ya gotta love a holiday that features flowers, candy, hearts and lots of love. Did I mention candy?!  Love shown in so many ways. My youngest decided that for 4 days I should come out from work, to my Jeep and find something different on my windshield. The first day I got one of those Valentine's with the sucker attached. With a cute picture of a dragon, which said, "You're one of a kind Valentine!" Don't you just love all those cute sayings they come up with?  Next, two foam hearts in pink and purple. Then a little box of conversation hearts (I think I ate them all before I made it home...LOL) Then on Friday she herself arrived at my work with a tiny cloth pillow and a Mickey Mouse pencil sharpener. Ahh, so sweet and the best part was the hugs and kisses she gave. But surprise surprise, when I left for the day, there on my car was a box of heart shaped candy. I think I have made my quota for candy for the year. :/

On Val Day (breakfast), hubby surprised me with a bouquet of my fav flower, daisy's! I love to stick my face right into them and just breathe. Instant Summer!

   Later my oldest girl comes knocking at the door bearing Starbucks coffee and MORE candy! We had a lovely chat. She is one busy cookie so these are extra special. The girl works two jobs and never seems to have any time off in the Winter. We grab her when we can with glee! And just when I think the day has slowed, hubby brings in a big box and inside is.... A heart shaped clock he made! I saw one in the airport in Seattle and loved it. He found a pic of it and ta da, he whipped one up for me. Wow! So gorgeous. I gave him his art print from Wonderground Art Gallery in Downtown Disney, hearts and mice, a perfect combination we both agreed.  Always, Kit


Blondie's Journal said...

You were enveloped in love, Kit! The thoughtfulness and love is wonderful! I LOVE the clock! :)

Thank you for your granddaughter wishes!!! :)

Jane xxx

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

What a sweet Valentine celebration you had!

Have a great weekend ~ FlowerLady

Diane said...

The clock is wonderful! What a happy Valentine's day. xo Diane

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Well, it certainly sounds like you had a fabulous Valentine week. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Pom Pom said...

YOU are the holiday queen, good Kit! Looks like your loved ones did not disappoint and were NOT disappointed! Yay! Keep warm, friend!

Liz D said...

Kit, it s so good to have you back on the blog! I missed you. My condolences on the loss of your mother.
What a fabulous Valentine celebration. Your family is so wonderful. That clock is awesome, hubby should be selling them on etsy! But he made it special for you.

Happy Valentines Day, just a bit late but well meant.