Some friends from my neighborhood got some handmade Valentine's cards. I am not super crafty - so to those out who also aren't - it's the thought that counts. I found some cute doilies, bought some card stock, and I had a pretty valentine's day card with sweet words inside (which is really the important part :). I also had a little gift for them - the little boxes of cereal wrapped in some valentine's day paper. This latter idea came from pintrest. Thank you pintrest. The cereal boxes were labeled, "We CEREALSly love you!"
For my hubby, I wrapped a whole lot of stuff he can keep in his office. Pistachios, coconut water, vitamins, chocolate, vitamin C, power bars, etc. I also made him a card that says I'm thinking of him every day and every minute of every hour :-). While they are small things, they let him know I am thinking of him. I got this idea from Good Morning Utah, but sadly don't recall the name of the blogger that was featured. Last night, on his calendar, I posted reminders to open a gift every hour. During his last work hour, he can open the remaining gifts.
This morning, I made the hubby two egg sandwiches (heart shaped). But my son didn't want his to be heart shaped; he preferred a nutella sandwich with strawberries in the shape of the Letter Q.
|Ah, whole grain hearts with scrambled eggs and havarti cheese.|