Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy Valentines Day

When Kira was just a toddler I brought her home a little daisy on Valentines day. I've done that ever since for all of my daughters on Valentines day up until they left home. Since Sydney was here yesterday when I brought home flowers for Lisa and Serene I also brought Sydney a little daisy. She was speechless and that is something for Sydney. She's never speechless.

This morning when I got up there were heart shaped pancakes that Serene had made for me and chocolate covered strawberries by my plate. What a wonderful way to wake up. This year our Sacrament meeting doesn't start until 12:30 in the afternoon. I don't like that too much because by the time you get home from church the day is gone. It does make for a very relaxed morning however so since we don't get to choose our meetings time I'm making the very best of the relaxing mornings. That is very nice.

In honor of Valentines day I have two interesting bits of trivia to share with you.

2% of all Americans who get married met on e-harmony.
80% of all married American men say the would marry the same woman if they had it to do all over again. Only 50 % of American women say they'd marry the same man.


Alycia (Crowley Party) said...

oh my gosh! I was JUST telling Trevor about how my favorite memories of Valentine's Day were when you would come home from work with flowers for mom, and then you would get Kira me and Sarah a single flower. Seriously one of my favorite childhood memories. I LOVED it SO much!

Lisa L said...

:)You girls would always get sooo excited for your flowers. I'll never forget the time that Dad rode his bike to work and still brought flowers. I couldn't believe it! The best was the card though that was all bent and sweaty from him sitting on it while he rode ha!ha!

Lynn said...

Oh yummy.

I like late church times. It makes the WHOLE day easy to keep the Sabbath day holy. ; D