It's a weird holiday. But in the spirit of LOVE, I moved my fiancée's car this morning for street parking. Happy Valentines Day.
now i feel like an ass for not making him a sandwich before he ran out the door. what little romantic thing can i do? the DISHES?
Dishes are good. Or pick up his fav beer on the way home tonight? If you're on the eastside, a growler from Eagle Rock or the new Stone taproom is always awesome.
Street Cleaning. whatever.
The beer slash scotch slash bourbon idea is good. LIKE HELL I am going out tonight. I'm going to stay in and do my taxes while he works on his music side project.
H is quite a fellow.
Aw, this made me a little teary. But, yeah, you should have made H a sandwich.
I got the dishwasher emptied and the trash taken out. Pretty great.
I did nothing!!!
Awww. My husband leaves me coffee every morning, almost always with the sugar stirred in. This always gets me too. Three cheers for swell husbands!
seconded. the spontaneous blow-job is my holiday/birthday go-to.
Mike made and brought me coffee too. :) And when I said, "I'll make us a nice breakfast" he said he actually wasn't hungry, so I didn't.
Maybe this is some kind of ongoing satirical performance?
Oh, Kate's comment was removed, and so I just look like I'm making fun of you & H. Oops.
shit i thought i got it in time. i have HAD IT with that kate.
Do you think she just doesn't ever check back to see the discussion? I don't get it!
I'm buying my dude a Toblerone. (Also today I learned that my grandmother got SECRETLY MARRIED in a Buddhist ceremony somewhere in Southeast Asia a short while before her death. Wish I'd known that while she was still alive so I could've high-fived her.)
whaaaa? i want to high-five your grandmother, too.
Very sweet. I let my husband sleep in late while I opened the shop alone AND made tacos for dinner. We take sleep and tacos pretty seriously around here so I'm satisfied with my declarations of love.
i snapped at joe for something stupid, and then he surprised me with a box of chocolates. we've never EVER exchanged vd gifts. needless to say, i felt like a dick.
my partner surprised me by booking my flight to Berlin (not too cheesy, since we were already planning a working holiday but super nice and unexpected for him to get my ticket).. I got him a little bag of sweets. He asked 'did you go all the way to Thornton's to get this' and I was like.. 'yeah - no, I grabbed them at the corner shop on the way home from work...' I also grabbed alcohol though, so I think that made up for it?