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Yes, I know, I know!  There are a ton of romance writers who will go on and on about the magic of Valentine’s Day.  I’m not one of them.

Don’t get me wrong — I LURV romance!  But I figure, why limit myself to one day out of an entire year?  Doesn’t seem right.

Still, I couldn’t let the holiday pass without at least mentioning it, so here goes:

Happy Valentine’s Day! 

May your kisses be extra sloppy, and lead to . . . Umm. . . Whatever. 😉

-Melia

10 Comments »

  1. I love the hearts! Happy Valentines day! Hope you and your wonderful hubby enjoy those extra sloppy kisses and… well, um, yes – you take it from there LOL ~Viola

  2. I agree with you that it should be every day, and I think that long-lasting marriages to find a way to celebrate a little every day. However, I also think that marking a special day is good too. Like an anniversary or a birthday, Valentine’s Day is just a little reminder to take an extra moment and do something special–something out of the ordinary.

    My husband and I rarely do this something special on the actual date. This year we will celebrate on the weekend instead. It’s not the day, as much as it is making the time.

    I also LOVE the hearts in the pic.

  3. I work in a a store, and I have to admit I loves seeing all the flowers and chocolates that men buy for their sweethearts. Had one young man tell me he planned to propose today. I sure hope she said yes, he seemed like a sweetie.

  4. Maggie, you said it best: It’s not the day, as much as it is making the time.

    Sooo true! And, I guess, that’s the point. If I’ve learned anything from this long-term relationship, it’s that every day together is important, and every day that can be celebrated fully, should be. Because God knows that life can change with a huge, crackling SNAP! And, man, that change can be brutal, a test to any relationship.

    Fortunately, I also believe chocolate cures most things when chased with a glass of cab sauv. . .. 🙂

    Hugs,
    Melia