Monday, February 14, 2011

Valentine's Day

If you have a Valentine honey, yay you. If you are your Valentine honey, yay you. We really are all we need. It's nice to have a honey, but it's an add-on, not an absolute. Either way it's a good thing.

Here is what Pup had the flower-man bring me today. I was deep into making sense of a senseless situation and looked it. The look on that man's face was something I wish I had gotten off a Blackberry shot of.

Daisies are my favorite flowers. This little bouquet is colorful and so lovely.

I was feeling fretful and obnoxious today. Must be the storm before the calm. Yes!

Happy Valentines everyone. You all mean more to me than an 80 percent off sign on a rack of lovely STUFF!

Smooches my hooches.


David L Macaulay said...

oh dear - did you sock the flower man in the face at the door step?

J.J. in L.A. said...

Those look like gerber daisies. Gorgeous! It's cool when your honey knows your favorite flower.

80%, hunh? That's a lot of love! Right back atcha, girlie! : )

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Deborah said...

David - I would NEVER! Well, mostly never.

JJ - smooches!

Anonomo - sounds like someone doesn't have a Valentine. Poor little crazy dude.

Sarah said...

Love the flowers!

I believe you've been spammed!

Pamela said...

Beautiful! Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day too:)
Teehee - I think you're right about the Boycott American Woman dude - damn spammers!

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

Now that's saying a LOT. Same to you, D.

Joann Mannix said...

Those flowers are simply gorgeous. I was in a funk, too, yesterday, kind of an overwhelmed funk. Today is all good. Must have been too much sugary sweetness in the air. Happy Belated Valentine's Day to you. Maegan said...

Yay for favorite flowers in lieu of red roses on V-day. So into that. ...and I so wish you had your Ferragamo wedges still too!!! Couldn't you just kick yourself for getting rid of stuff? Over the years I've learned {hopefully} what to save and what to give away ...but it took giving away so many great things to figure it out. Happy day after V-day :)

Kelley said...

Ha! I love "smooches my hooches"! I also love your Gerber daisies. Better than roses, I say!

Deborah said...

Sarah - that spam made me LMAO!

Pamela - Happy Valentine's day to you as well!

LBB - I mean it.

Joann - I'm chalking it up to February. My least favorite month.

Maegan - I'm still not good at getting rid of stuff. I mourn for some stuff that I got rid of just seven years ago. Oh dear, seven years is a long time! What year is it! Oh dear!

Kelley - daisies really are so lovely.

Marla said...

How sweet!