Monday, February 14, 2011
Happy Valentines Day!
Hey, would like to say thank you to "The Blogger Formerly Known as . . ." for this above award. Hugs and kisses across the pond! I told her I love freebies when I don't have to do anything for them. She told us to pass the love along, which I'm doing. So, everyone who comes to my blog today or tomorrow (15th), you may leave a comment and take the award. Simple Simon.
I'm just getting over here because I had several things to do when I got home. First off I had the interview questions from Tyler at Reader Views, and began answering them. Then I had to get my piece over to Cathrine at Suburban Vampire for tomorrow's blog. I'll post the site, just in case any of you need it. Otherwise, you can see it in my blog roll--way down there to the right hand side, and go to it from there.
I have something new from Sumiko, so I'll have to work on that.
And just when I thought "Done!" when I went to send the questions back, I realized nothing I put in there was saved and I have to do the whole thing over again!!!!
So, I'm posting this Valentines Day in hopes yours went wonderfully, that you either received or sent, or gave something wonderful to the person you love. I saw one fellow who had two dozen roses in the front seat of his car next to him, and balloons with enough helium in them to float him to wherever he wanted to get to. Saw the florist vans and cars all over the place. And our local grocery store, Schnucks, had a free breakfast for couples who have been together for 50 years or more.
My husband surprised me with a card and a cupcake (they were having a bake sale over in one of the halls at NIU campus), he can't really sneak off and get me anything 'coz we're always together. So, he went into the bookstore at the student center during one of his breaks and bought me a huge Hallmark card. Sweet guy. We later made dinner together--lemon chicken breast, smashed potatoes with onion & garlic, and peas. Yum.
It's already going on 8:00. I'll have to work on the interview tomorrow when I get home. Rats! I'll never remember all that I said, now. Pooh!