Valentines Day


For God so loVed the world,
That He gAve
His onLy

That whosoever
Believeth In Him
Should Not perish,
But have Everlasting life.”
John 3:16


We shall enjoy a laid back Valentine's Day here, as our big Valentine's Meal will be this weekend.  I've LONG planned a nice fondue (Ken's favorite), but the silly guy went and broke out in shingles, requiring him to avoid chocolate. A fondue meal just isn't right unless it is concluded with chocolate fondue!  He's almost over this bout, but fondue will have to wait 'till the weekend. 


This afternoon little girls will be busy with scissors, crayons, construction paper and glue sticks, creating Valentines for our evening exchange.   They will each have something little from Daddy and Mommy.  (And of course I have a few surprises in store for Ken.) 


We'll also be listening to (and memorizing) 1 Corinthians 13, set to music, as we go about our day. 


Happy Valentine's Day!


3 thoughts on “Valentines Day

  1. I like your idea. I also celebrated by putting paper cut out hearts with written messages laid in a path-like manner from their bedroom to the living room, in which the last Valentine read, “find the red hearts”. The children searched for all the red hearts in the living room. There was about forty of them with written blessings, such as “No school Day”, “15 min. on the computer”, “free hug”, “free kiss”, “.25 cents”, “15 min. on game cube”, etc. They woke up with me video taping them completing the activity. It is fun to have such a great day to celebrate. Thanks for sharing. I am always blessed by reading these posts.

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