Saturday, February 14, 2009



Happy Valentine's Day! I am about to make my hubby a Valentine...oh what fun it will be. I found a vintage card of a cupid holding a cello...and a little face of me will replace the cupid's face. This tickles my funny bone and I think he'll get a laugh out of it too. Off I go to the basement to my craft disaster/I mean creating center...lol What a gray, sunless day out there. Its probably spitting snow too! Ah well, we have our love to keep us warm. We have a church Valentine dinner to attend so at least no cooking. tonight. A fresh bouquet of roses are on the kitchen table from my sweet hubby...this time, cream and pink. I hope your day is filled with Valentine goodies.

6 comments:

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

Dear Maggie Ann, I know your husband will love your valentine. It sounds so pretty.

I hope you have a very good week. Thanks for coming to visit me even when I wasn't able to visit but very little. connie

bennie and patsy said...

What a cute card that will make can we see it on your blog?
Patsy

TattingChic said...

I wanna see!!! I wanna see the cute lil' Valentine you made your hubby! Now that you've told us all about it I'm dying to see it! It sounds adorable!
Happy Valentine's Day! :)

Homespun Simplicity said...

How sweet! I know your husband loved the card you made him. Those roses sound lovely...you must have one sweet husband. Hope you had a nice day!
Karen

Mrs. Mac said...

Is this your second bunch of roses? :) You are blessed to have a special church Valentine dinner to attend ... no dishes is always a good thing. My hubby just called from work .. he found the nice home crafted card I tucked inside his lunch. Tomorrow is his b/d so I'm going to make a lemon meringue pie. The dish cloth I'm knitting is just knit/pearl rows of stitches. After this one, I'll use a pattern. I haven't knit since I was in fourth grade.

Lea of Farmhouse Blessings said...

Hi Maggie Ann ~
Love your little valentines on your blog. It is so wonderful to hear a married couple so in love! Such a blessing.

Glad that you're getting to enjoy some Avonlea. There is just something so simple and beautiful about those films.

There is so much going on around this little place that I don't find myself online much these days, but I did want to say hello and that I always love visiting with you when I can.

Hugs,
Lea