Monday, February 14, 2011

Lov-erly Things



1. A shop dedicated to all things Jane Austen?  Yes, please!  This Mr. Darcy shirt put me over the edge with giddiness.

2. I've been listening to French Cafe Radio on Pandora all day at work.  I'm done with work for the day and about to head home-- and it has certainly put me in the mood;)  oooh la la. Have you heard of HER?

3. I face-booked that I was so grateful to my husband for wanting to watch Sleepless in Seattle with me tonight.  HA!  I just know he loved that lie and cringed in horror.


4. As my sweet Aunt Beverly would have said...

Love You Muchly
XO

WINNING story of the Best Worst Valentine's Day Ever:

My worst Valentines Day was my first one after getting married. While driving to a wedding that fateful day my husband gives me a beautifully wrapped package, white tissue paper and bright red bow. I should have been immediately suspicious because he is gift wrap challenged. I was so excited that he had remembered it was Valentines Day because of the wedding we had to attend. So I quickly opened the gift to find a book titled "How to have good manners;the big book of proper Etiquette". This thing was the size of a large phone book, I was devastated! Not at all what I had expected, I was speechless. My husband seeing my dismay quickly said that his mother had ordered the book especially for me and how thoughtful a gift it was!


Awesome (hilarious) story, Anonymous!
(I'm gonna need your name if you want that sweet treat.)
 And your MIL picked it out?  What exactly was she trying to say, anyway? Too too much.
I felt some serious heart-pains for ya!


AND  if you want some more laughter, you'll have to check out my most recent embarrassing moment on my photo blog. Truly.  Awesome.

3 comments:

Patty Ann said...

Oh yeah, me too! That is such a great story! It will be a good one to share with the grandchildren one day.

Sizzle said...

Hi! Aimee sent me. :-)

I refer to my boyfriend as Mr. Darcy on my blog and bought him that shirt awhile back. It's so great!

Chocolate on my Cranium said...

I LOVE that etsy shop! The name sounded familiar so I went through my own etsy sales and sure enough she bought some of my bookplates at Christmas! So cool.

I know my older girls would love to have their own mug from there. Hm....maybe for Easter.

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