Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine's Day

I don't really put too much stock in Valentine's day, I just really think that it is a very high pressured day. I think that the love you show your husband or your husband shows you, should not peak on one day. I don't love my husband more today than I did yesterday, and I won't love him less tomorrow, than I do today. For me, and I would assume for most women, hubby's show their love in the things that they do each day, not what they do on one day. I don't want to sound like a wet blanket, but like I said in the beginning, I don't put much stock in Valentine's day.

I think Valentine's day more for the young...My son is going to a dance today, and he is looking forward to it. But I don't think he is looking forward to it, because it is Valentine's Day, I think just because it is a dance. But I am sure Valentine's day has something to do with it..hehe I remember when my boys were little, they would hand out Valentine's Day cards, but I came to realize that the cards were more for me than them. Because I would be the one who would write them out and make sure that they are done and ready for them to hand out in school. So I stopped doing that, and they never asked about having them to send them out.

Now, I do remember my hubby's and my first Valentine's day...I bought him a pair of Valentine's Boxers, and he still has them, of course, they are a little worn being that they are now 21 years old...LOL...but he still has them. And now, if I am out and I see something that my husband would like, I just pick it up and get it for him, I don't want a holiday to have to give it to him. Please don't think that I am bashing Valentine's Day, but I do believe that too much money is spent on things for Valentine's day. The worst thing that hubby can get me, is fresh cut flowers. I know that sounds silly, but unless I can replant it, or I can keep it forever (silk flowers), I don't want it. I have a problem throwing away fresh cut flowers that have died, and they usually get pretty nasty before I throw them away, or should I say hubby throws them away.

Whatever you are doing today, please enjoy!! I chose today's message to bring a smile to your face, so I hope you have a smile when you are finished reading, yeah, they are corny, but they are cute!!

Have a blessed day!!


What do farmers give their wives on Valentine's Day?
A hog and kisses!

Why did the pig give his girlfriend a box of candy?
It was Valenswine's Day!

What did the Valentines card say to the stamp?
Stick with me and we'll go places!

Do skunks celebrate Valentine's Day?
Sure, they're very scent-imental!

What did the chocolate syrup say to the ice cream?
"I'm sweet on you!"

What did the paper clip say to the magnet?
"I find you very attractive."

What did the French chef give his wife for Valentine's Day?
A hug and a quiche!

What did one pickle say to the other?
"You mean a great dill to me."

What did the elephant say to his girlfriend?
"I love you a ton!"

What did the bat say to his girlfriend?
"You're fun to hang around with."

Did you hear about the nearsighted porcupine?
He fell in love with a pincushion!

What did the pencil say to the paper?
"I dot my i's on you!"

Liz: "I can't be your valentine for medical reasons."
Jon: "Really?"
Liz: "Yeah, you make me sick!"

Why do valentines have hearts on them?
Because spleens would look pretty gross!

What did one light bulb say to the other?
"I love you a whole watt!"

What does a man who loves his car do on February 14?
He gives it a valenshine!

"Do you love me more than you love sleep?"
"I can't answer now. It's time for my nap!"

What did the man with the broken leg say to his nurse?
"I've got a crutch on you!"

Did you hear about the romance in the tropical fish tank?
It was a case of guppy love.

What did Frankenstein say to his girlfriend?
"Be my valenstein!"


Susanne said...

Very cute! I'll have to let my kids read these.

Thanks for popping by my site yesterday and leaving a comment! A Happy Valentine's Day to you too!