Valentine’s Day

My Valentine’s Day was actually pretty good. When we woke up, I fixed M, me and Raven banana nut pancakes for breakfast. M and I spent the morning lounging in bed watching various tv shows until about 1pm when we got dressed and took Raven to my mom’s house so she could stay the night. After dropping her off we continued on to Morgantown so we could watch My Bloody Valentine 3D (Jensen Ackles is yummy), which was surprisingly good. We had an hour or so to kill before the movie so we looked around the mall and got us a couple of fruit smoothies. M got the pineapple, I got the raspberry. We finished up our smoothies and went on over to the theater. We got a medium popcorn to share and a drink for each of us. The 3D movie was just awesome! And the remake was no better or worse then the original. So all in all it was worth the $15.00 tickets. After the move was over we headed on up to Chili’s which had an hour wait time but we went ahead and waited (which was more like 40 minutes instead of an hour) and of course it was worth the wait cause Chili’s is just ubercool! After that we headed home. Watched some more tv and then did some censured activities and went to bed. All in all it was a wonderful Valentine’s Day. And I want to give a big Thank you to my husband for it! Thank you M, I love you!

M got me a stuffed Teddy Bear, a box of chocolates (which are delicious) and a card.


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    February 18, 2009 at 3:11 pm

    Sounds like you had a great Valentines Day! That movie My Bloody Valentine actually looked pretty good..maybe have to rent it when it comes out on DVD!

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    Raina Wankum
    May 19, 2011 at 6:34 pm

    The theme of Valentine’s Day is a fairly simple one—Love, love and more love. All across the globes, in millions of homes couples turn to each other and reaffirm their commitment to one another. Words are shared; presents are given and lacey packs of lingerie surface in most bedrooms.

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