Every month I go to LA for work. I go like clockwork, every 4 weeks and for the past couple years I have been in LA on Valentine’s Day. My husband and I either celebrate before I leave, or after I get home, depending on what day it falls on. This has been our constant struggle with Valentine’s Day since we’ve been married.Continue Reading
I first saw these adorable little tea bags, on someone else’s blog. Her name is Alex, she blogs at NorthStory and shes phenomenally talented so make sure you go over there and show her some love. OK?
I loved that she was making these for her children’s teachers! How thoughtful! So I decided to do the same…
Hello lovely dears!
I am in Los Angeles for work right now, Happy Valentine’s Day!
Since I’m not around to create some new content, I thought I would do a Valentine’s Day recap of the posts on the blog as of recently, in case you were stuck on what to do today for the sweeties in your life!
This is an adorable salad for your sweetie on Valentine’s day. It’s very simple to make, and really has that wow factor! We always spend Valentine’s day at home, but this year I will be out of town for work, so we’re planning to do something after I get back…
After flowers and candy and chocolate return to their normal price points.
So if you’re planning on staying in, having a romantic night at home, start off your meal with this adorable salad.
This post was originally published on Epicuriosty Killed my Waistline in Feb 2009. The post content has been edited, but the recipe is the same.
Here’s a simple Valentine’s day treat I made a few years ago. It’s very easy and cute and would be great for your children’s class parties, especially if you forgot that Valentine’s day is FRIDAY!
Get to it!
Valentine’s Day is FRIDAY! Have I mentioned that yet?
Back when I was a kid, Valentine’s day was super awesome because it meant a class party and lots of candy! I even had my first “official” Valentine when I was in 4th grade.
Nowadays, candy isn’t really the norm when it comes to Valentine’s and even some schools have opted out of giving out candy altogether, kinda sad, but oh well.
Audrey decided that she didn’t want to give out just any old “store bought” card (is she spoiled, or what?!). So off to Pinterest we headed.
Valentine’s Day is almost here!
When Charlie and I were just dating, Valentine’s day was a much bigger deal.
Over priced flowers, heart shaped boxes of chocolate, expensive dinners in packed restaurants.
That stuff SCREAMS “love”, right?
Today I’ve got an adorable Valentine’s Day craft to make, that’s easy, kid-friendly and takes about 5 minutes! How’s THAT for a minute Monday?!
So, I have decided that I need to really really get with it when it comes to decorating for the holidays. Even the minor ones.
For Christmas, our house transforms into a winter wonderland of festive awesomeness. In short, it looks like the holiday barfed all over our living room. I’ve got probably 10 boxes of decorations just for Christmas alone.
Halloween, I have about 3, and one consists of costume parts and accessories.
Easter I’ve got a box or 2 with eggs, most missing their soul mate counterparts, and a few baskets we’ve collected over the years.
Valentine’s day I’ve got a garland from last year.
4th of July I make red white and blue Jello shots…
Saint Patrick’s day can suck it, I guess…
Like it said, I need to get with it.
Last week my crafting group got together and decided to make an ever so adorable Valentine’s Day craft that I thought I would share with you on this, Tutorial Tuesday! Ok, I know it’s Wednesday… but we lost the USB cord to the camera, tore the house apart looking for it, and well… we found it! But now it’s Wednesday night. Forgive me.