so, all day i thought about what my 'thoughts for thursday' could be. i came up with nothing. there was nothing that i thought was worth my time to write about. nothing. i'm still drawing a blank.
tonight i got home and matt had made chicken taco's. yum! i love that hubby of mine! oh, hey, there's something. love!
i know valentine's day is a couple weeks away, but let's throw this out there for all you a little early. what is the most special thing your hubby/boyfriend/whoever has done for you on valentine's day? what was the best gift that person gave you? do you like getting flowers better or chocolates? do you dry the flowers and save them and hang them forever to be a crusty reminder of that day (hahaha - can you tell i don't like dried flowers)? what is your most memorable valentine's day? what is the most special thing you have done for your loved one on this day? lay it all out there people. i'm wondering what i'm going to do for matt on valentine's day this year. i want him to know how much i appreciate what he does around the house and all that jazz. i can only hope he does the same in return - right? :)
so to answer my own questions here we go: matt has never been big on gifts. i'm the kind of person that is particular about what the like. matt usually adds a few holidays together and gets me something or whatnot or does spontaneous nice things, but only a few times have i got flowers and i've never got chocolates. however, i prefer chocolate to flowers. my ass would say flowers, my mouth says chocolate. mouth always wins that one. anyways - my most memorable valentine's day was my senior year in high school. matt had come to my house after hockey practice. he came down to my room and had his hands behind his back. he then said some mushy things or whatever and pulled out one red rose...and...a little naked troll doll. yes, you read right. the naked troll doll had his hands open wide with a sign in one had that read 'i love you this much' and a little red heart in the other hand. ahh, it was so dorky it was cute. that's the thing: matt, he can be dorky like that. but he's my dork and it made me smile. i always will get him a little something - some type of gift. i used to love, love, love getting valentine's day cards in my special box when i was in gradeschool. that was so dang cool. i can't wait until tucker is doing that kind of stuff - if they even do that anymore in school! one more thing - i am SO not into dried flowers. they just get all old and crusty and dry and dusty and well, i'm just not into that. sorry if you are - it's just not my style. so, now it's your turn.
show me some love people! show me some love!