Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The Aftermath of the Day of the Valentine

Hello, Kittens!

I hope you all had a blissfully romantic Valentine's Day, full of hearts and flowers and chocolates and glitter and sparkles and rainbows and unicorns and topped off with a night of hot VD buttsecks.

Perhaps, I should rephrase that last bit ....

At least you should consider yourself lucky because, unlike my superfab co-worker, your bf of 3 years didn't give you a Starbucks giftcard (and you don't really drink coffee/go to Starbucks).

Menz. Sometimes they are stoopid.

As for me, I had a lovely Valentine's Day, celebrating the person I love the most (here's a hint. It's me).

When I got home from work, I went for a run. 3.35 miles in 29:01. Go me!

Then, I had a martini (mmmm) and samples the Cheddar/Chocolate cheese. It was not awful. In fact, I imagine that it would be even tastier melted ... like in a grilled cheese or as a fondue.

As I drank martini and sampled cheese, I also made a Valentine's Day card for M. It was cute. And had hearts on it. And I used pink and red construction paper. and glue. But, I was out of glittery sparkles, so it wasn't *perfect*.

And, then, I made dinner (pictured): Mac 'n' cheese from Trader Joe's. Plus Hot Cock Sauce.

While I was eating dinner, Tomokito texted. (No longer a baby) Baby Hana wanted to give me something. They came down, and Hana gave me a Valentine's Day card she "made" at daycare. And, my frozen block of ice heart melted a tiny bit (I used the chilled water in my next cocktail).

After they left, I finished dinner. And, then, I had a short photo session, taking and texting pictures of me and M's Valentine's Day card. And, no, I am not sharing those pictures.

So, all in all, a pretty fantastic day, donchathink?

Have a wonderful night! *smooches*

3 comments:

  1. Awwwwww, a homemade Valentine from a kid (no longer a baby)! How sweet. And I'm betting the photos of you and YOUR homemade Valentine are pretty spiffy too! :)

    HUGS...

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  2. Yay for homemade Valentines! Boo to lack-of-thought gift cards.

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  3. A homemade valentine card? How lucky is M.? (very lucky).
    The chocolate cheese sounds terrifying.
    Good job on your running time!

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