Valentine's Day. It's a funny holiday isn't it? The day where it's okay to show your love for someone. (Like we really have to designate a certain day for that.)
My mom and I were in the car in front of Safeway yesterday, watching people (mostly guys) run this way and that with Valentine goodies; last minute purchases to express their love. I personally hate that people act like they have to buy someone's affection. I mean, receiving things from a loved one is sometimes nice, but that doesn't mean that they care that much more if they get you something. As we all know: It's the thought that counts.
I saw many guys with roses and flowers of all kinds, and oh how I wished some of those flowers were for me.
I don't have a Valentine this year. Besides the ones in my family. But I guess that's better than having no one at all.
This was Ryan's Valentine's holder for his class.
My Valentine's Day mainly consisted of baking and cleaning and eating some chocolate. I baked V-Day cupcakes.
Have one why don't you. Or ten.
I took these to my Driver's Ed class. I think they enjoyed them but, they're teenagers, they'll eat anything. (Okay, I know. I'm a teen too.) I was glad there were leftovers. I happily (and promptly) ate two cupcakes before dinner. What do ya think of that?
Anyway, I'd like to get to bed thank you very much. I'm exhausted. As we all know making cupcakes is very hard work. (^;
Post Script: Maybe next year I'll get those flowers.