Feeling the love

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 |

Showering those I love and care for …

Gifts and goodies wrapped in pink and red.
Homemade truffles.
Sourcream sugar cookies with cream cheese frosting
Gift bags and packages decorated in hearts and flowers
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The gift every mother gets teary over ...

Roses from her sweet son!
He had them delivered to my school ~ litle does he know that he made my day, week, and month!
I was the talk of the school ~ he impressed the entire staff with his sweet gesture.
I am one lucky mother ... thank you Nicholas!
They mean more to me than you'll ever know.

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The gift of relaxation from my husband ...

He poured me a glass of wine and told me to relax while he prepared dinner.
Pure heaven!
I didn't know what to do with myself :)
This is such a TREAT that I now look forward to each year well in advance!

 

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Dinner ...

Grilled romaine salad with blue cheese {SO good!}
Stuffed lobster tail
Porterhouse steak with maitre d' butter

Picnik collage


Hope you felt a little love on Valentine's Day!


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20 comments:

Dee Stephens said...

how awesome! all of it! my hubs cooked for me on Valentine's day too! He cooks a lot though..actually, we cook together. The best.

bevy said...

I'm so glad you posted... I was getting ready to send you an email to see if everything was ok! I am so glad you and such a wonderful Valentines from the two men in your life. They are the best!!!

Henley on the Horn said...

What a man, what a man, what a lucky man!! I am so glad you were spoiled by your son and hubby! The roses are GORGEOUS!!!!

Hot Pink Dahlia said...

Everything that you made looked so great!!! And what your husband made for dinner looks delish!!! I am glad you had a great Valentine's Day!!

Annie said...

Wow, those flowers are gorgeous and the meal looks wonderful! YOu're a lucky gal and so are they to have you!

carolinagirl said...

Love those Valentine's Day wrapped gifts!

Mr. N is so thoughtful!!!

Your husband is an amazing cook. Thankfully JC does 90% of the cooking in our house...that is so not my thing!

Kacey said...

Oh my...what a wonderful Valentine's Day at your house. Gorgeous roses from your son? That is SO beyond sweet! And the dinner your husband made you sounds delicious AND romantic. Sounds like a perfect Valentine's Day! We all had the flu at our house for Valentine's...not so perfect for us this year. ;)

The Casual Classic said...

My hubs grilled Porterhouse steaks for us, as well! Hope your's were as wonderful as our's.

~ TCC

thecasualclassicblog.blogspot.com

Kathy said...

What a treat to have a husband that cooks well! Your dinner looked delicious. I hope Matthew and Andrew grow up to be as thoughtful as Nicholas. What a sweet son.

So glad you were pampered and well loved on Valentine's Day. :)
K.

JMW said...

What wonderful men you have in your life! You raised your son right, that's for sure. :) And the dinner sounds delicious (by the way, love that glass wine stopper - very pretty!)

LuLu said...

awwwwww oh my goodness the flowers had me tearing up... i can just imagine what that must have felt like! now to your meal... YUMMMMMM you had me drooling at the salad i LOVE blue cheese!!!!!
so happy you had such a great day!
xo,
LuLu

Tessa said...

grilled romaine salad!!! please have your husband post the recipe! :) your day sounds perfect in every way. that's why I love valentine's day - all that sweetness right smack dap in the middle of the winter doldrums!
have a great weekend.
xo, Tess

Lori said...

Wow, you've got some awesome men in your life!! SO sweet of your boy to send roses. :)

Sue said...

Jo, You were a lucky gal to have been showered with these gifts this Valentine's Day. It's the simple things that count for me, too! xo Sue

Telia said...

Sounds like an absolutely fabulous day!! You are one lucky woman!!

P.S. I've missed your blog! But I am back now!!

Telia, NewlyWedWifeLife

Henley on the Horn said...

Days like that are well spent, aren't they!

Kim @ Quit Eating Out {Recipes to Make Dining Out a Choice, Not a Chore} said...

Are you kidding??? That's AWESOME. What a great way to be loved. Hope it was terrific!!!

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Privet and Holly said...

I've been spending
my days this week
up on a ladder, too...
It's hard work, especially
the parts that are over
your head! Sounds like
it will be beautiful
when it's done, though!
xx Suzanne

The enchanted home said...

First thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind comments, so very nice to "meet" you. I like your blog as well...and really enjoyed this post. How incredibly sweet to receive the roses from your son. You are a lucky mother and a lucky wife...sounds like they both are taking good care of you! Wow the meal sounds decadent....glad it was a wonderful Valentines day for you!

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