Saturday, February 14, 2009

Happy V-Day!

Yesterday was good. Had a wonderful lunch with the hubby, left work early, had fantastic girls' night. Gave Hubby his Valentine gift early -- a hands-on cooking class where we get to make some amazing stuff like walnut crusted halibut, fancy sides, raspberry torte, and stuff like that. He was thrilled! Yea!!

Fun-filled day planned today. It's actually the first Valentine's Day of our marriage that Superman and I have gotten to spend together. All the other ones he's been working or traveling. Going to see a movie, going to get some new books, sushi, and a play at the university. I'm psyched!

But I'm up way too early this morning to really appreciate the fullness of how great today is going to be.

Going to make some coffee. Will be more awake then. =)

Happy Valentine's Day!! What are y'all doing today?

8 comments:

Sherry said...

Enjoy your time together!

Happy Valentines Day!

Tanya said...

Great idea for a gift.I'm gonna have to do that next year.

misti said...

Have fun with your man today! I had a blast last night! And I got your sweet card today, thanks a a million =)

Jackie @ Our Moments Our Memories said...

Oh, I want that for MY Valentine's Day gift! ;) That sounds perfect...I am always too scared to try fancy-sounding dishes by myself.

Happy Valentine's Day - have fun with your hubby!

septembermom said...

What a sweet gift! Sounds like you will have a great Valentine's Day. I've been surrounded by battling kids so I'm looking forward to my greatest gift as a mommy - a good night's rest : )

Poopsie said...

My husband and I often share a gift of food, but I have not ever though of sharing a gift of learning. What an awesome idea!
I hope your day was all you wanted,
Cindy P :)

Kelly said...

catching up on blogs today...hope you had a great day with your hubby! love your idea for his gift...very clever! thanks for your sweet comments on my blog!

Brooke said...

how sweet! you're a great wife for being so understanding

i'm a sap so i pitched a fit when mr. right said he would have to work on Saturday.