Hell, no, I'm not afraid to take screen captures and post them. Northstar says it will be a good day, so here's to hoping it will be... ;)
Since I won't be here to wish you all a Happy Love Day, I'll share this photo of the flowers on our dining room table. (the table is clear of clutter, for once. victory!) I am sad to be leaving them for four days, and hope they'll still be fresh when we get back. The hyacinths smell divine. $5.99 for that whole shibang at Trader Joe's, people. Take advantage if you can!
Oh, and here's some documentation of my hypocrisy... I did, in fact, make a little love-day card for my Mister. No big deal, nothing materialistic, just a sweet note inside, telling him how much I love him. Yeah, yeah... I guess when it comes right down to it, I'm a sentimental softie.
It's also a tiny bit preemptive. I'd be lying if I said it wasn't. Like, what if he surprises me with something, and I don't have anything to give him in return? How embarrassing would that be. Is it bad to even have that thought process? It is with Deep Thoughts like these with which I leave you today.
Have a great weekend, everyone. I hope you all have a nice Love Day, no matter how you celebrate it, if at all. Tell someone you care about that you love them, even if it's a friend. :)