Tuesday, February 14, 2012

A Valentine's Day word for husbands


(thx Kerry Allen)

20 comments:

Robert said...

Hahahaha. Good one. We actually have in-laws coming to town today so it should make for a different kind of Valentine's Day.

Brad Williams said...

Hahaha!

Scooter said...

I fell for that one once, never again. I was a yoot in high school.

Merrilee Stevenson said...

Another much appreciated public service announcement!





(******SPOILER ALERT FOR ENOCH STEVENSON aka MAGISTER!******)





I'm thankful that my hubby gave me some extra cash to buy myself a Valentine's day gift--so I can get exactly what I want: a little bit of chocolate and some cheap flowers for me, a sweet little surprise something for 4 of our 5 kids (#5 is almost 7 weeks old), and a case of fresh jalapeno peppers for my husband. I just love that man!

Charlene said...

LOL!!! Perhaps this should've been posted yesterday?

DJP said...

Nah; that's Monday Music day! Tradition!

Besides, stores are still open, Charlene.

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Wendy said...

I've never understood this.

Is Valentine's Day so important that you can justify having an attitude if you don't get presents?

VcdeChagn said...

My wife's Valentine's day to me.

"Oh...Happy Valentines Day...lol" via yahoo messenger...in the middle of a discussion about what history curriculum to use next year.

My wife is the--Best. Valerie. Ever!

(good way to make sure this doesn't make it past the moderation queue :) )

DJP said...

Oh, I allow comments that are just DEAD WRONG all the time.

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DJP said...

(I think my dear wife, The Valerie, would say that the name itself tends to excellence.)

VcdeChagn said...

I think my dear wife, The Valerie, would say that the name itself tends to excellence

Exactly :)

Not Related: Someone that I gave a copy of WTG to quoted it on his FB page today. I think he's enjoying it.

DJP said...

Oh, sweet! Thanks Mike!

Sir Aaron said...

I just tell my wife, "you still have me, what more do you want?"

;)

Pierre Saikaley said...

@Sir Aaron:

Well, that's better than, "I told you I loved you last year;if anything changes I'll let you know" :-D

Susan said...

Sir Aaron & Pierre, you are blessed to have such longsuffering wives....

(And Mmes Aaron & Pierre, you have my sympathy.) :P

Sir Aaron said...

LOL, Pierre. I love it.

Rachael Starke said...

My husband is in Las Vegas on a business trip and did not send have an overpriced bunch of roses that will be dead in a week delivered to my door.

I love him so much.

Thomas Louw said...

I flew into that trap, now what?

NoLongerBlind said...

Thanks for the PSA - after years of heeding her words "Don't buy me flowers, they're a waste of money", and, "don't get me chocolates, I don't want the temptation around the house", I was prompted to ignore them by this - and it was well received!

(1 Peter 3:7a - soooo challenging!)

=8^)

Robert said...

Neither of us wound up getting the other anything this year, but it was mainly due to circumstances beyond our control. It turned out well, though, because I got to pick up my wife and drive her home from volunteering at the pregnancy center. Normally her mother would do that, so it was an unexpected time for us to be together and just talk and enjoy the drive.

I'm not counting on doing that next year, though. 8o)