Thursday, February 15, 2007
love, sweet, love
Valentines dinner at our house consisted of Chinese Food hubby picked up on his way home from work (delicious). We ate on heart decorated plates, wiped fried rice off our faces with cute little napkins, and drank out of our "I love you" mugs mom found at Ross a few years ago in the clearance section.



Oldest son, of course, felt that Valentines Day would not be complete without doing his best to annoy younger sister.



Younger sister finally has enough and decides to "attack". Doesn't he look upset that he has annoyed his sister to the point of physical violence???




Don't worry, they made up when big brother realized little sister had something in her goody bag he wanted. Oh, if only the worlds problems could be solved so easily. For example:

I promise not to invade your country if you trade me that abba zabba for my three jolly ranchers.

OK, and I promise not to set off any more car bombs if you trade me those Sour Starbursts for my six mini snicker bars?

Hmm, what do you think? It may be worth a try....

  posted at 4:36 PM  
  2 comments



2 Comments:
At 6:35 AM, Blogger Heidi said...

lol. That was funny. If we could only solve all problems with candy!
I like your idea of a Valentine Family dinner with all the decorations. They were cute.

 
At 10:54 AM, Blogger Melanie said...

Very festive! If only all problems could be solved so easily!

 

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