Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Valentine's Day... take.

I spent about three hours yesterday making a card with "special coupons" for Greg yesterday. It was my day off so I was having fun with the new computer/printer trying to do something fun. It worked out well.

Did it have the response I was looking for?

Yes and No.

We had a big snow dump this morning so traffic was slow. Greg called me to say how long it was taking him to get to work. I reminded him to make sure that he ate his lunch today because I had put somthing "Special" in his lunch.

I didn't hear from him for the rest of the day.

When I got home, he had shovelled the driveway, and the garage was open ready for me to pull in my car. (We don't have an automatic garage opener...unless it is human)

Dinner was on it's way, and there was a gorgeous orchid and card from Greg. (I did F-all when I got home from work!)
We watched American Idol, and Greg then fell asleep at 9:30 with both cats passed out on top of him.
It's midnight and here I am.
Happy Valentine's!


Bob-kat said...

Is that photo of your orchid as it is lovely! (both the orchid and the pic).

I think the fact that the garage door was open for you is the nicest thing. It is always the little thoughtful things on any day of the year that show that someone cares for you! :-)

Pez said...

What was the special thing in Greg's lunch? That was very sweet that he had shovelled the snow and left the garage door open for you!

Lori said...

Same thing in my house: American Idol on TV and the husband under two cats (he didn't fall asleep though, but usually he does). My V-day was one sided. I gave him a card. Nada for me, but that's ok. I still love him and he loves me and we don't need Feb 14 to remind ourselves.

BTW, I found your blog through linking here somehow and really enjoy it. I have two - monkeyroom.blogspot and idontandimnotgonna.blogspot if you want to check them out.

Kristi said...

Sounds like a pretty nice V-day to me. I love orchids too, and yours is gorgeous.

We're also all about AI in our house. Nothing spells romance like watching kids get huniliated on national tv!!