Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Blog Carnival - A Valentine Memory...

After reading the selection of Blog Carnival topics for the Etsy Bloggers Street Team I got to thinking about past Valentine Days...At first I didn't think I could think of a "special" Valentine's Day, they have all been special, fun, lighthearded and well maybe a few (less than a handful) not so wonderful...So enough of that...Here's one I'll share that's very special to me...
I remember when I first met my husband at an intimate Superbowl party...Was it a fix up, yes, it was, I think...So, you can probably guess it was sometime around the end of January 1986...How sweet it was that this guy I had just started dating gave me a mug with two hearts as the handle and LOVE sayings written on the outside in hearts...It was the first gift he ever gave me and don't you know I still have that mug today, and we are still happily married...Man, I love that guy so much...Awww...
And I didn't think I could think of a Valentine memory that would tickle your heart...

7 comments:

uniquecommodities said...

That is super special and sweet! Thanks for sharing

Manifestation said...

Sounds unique indeed.Thank you and Wish you n all a Happy Valentine's day ahead.

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storybeader said...

well, if it was a "fix up", you got good friends! And the mug is so cute - you still have it? that's great!

Sinje Ollen said...

Awwww! I gave my husband to myself for my birthday (I called him and asked him out the day before my BD. We went on our first date two days later). ...Still have him today, too. :-) His birthday is Valentines...

DreamON said...

I love this story. Happy V Day! Your blog is great!

Rose Works Jewelry said...

Awww - what a sweet memory! And that cup looks toooo cute :)

MagdaleneJewels said...

Nice to read something so special. Thanks for sharing - that must have been some powerful mug!

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