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February 14, 2013

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Hmmm ... seems to presuppose that all women like Valentine's Day. I think you'd find the female population just as split as the men.
Now, tell me more about whether you'll be handing out beaded necklaces at the Easter service.

LOL - Nope... you'll have to go to the church down the street to get the beads. I am amazed... just amazed... that not all women fit the stereotype! You must tell me more!

Arch, I could not stop laughing at the story of the old couple..:) I am laughing still even as I am writing. It is a true delight!
I wish you and Mrs. a beautiful day of love and remembering..

Happy Valentine's day!

tony

Wait... That's today???

The real question facing the atheist is not if he believes in God, but if God believes in him. A wise husband takes a similar view toward the entity known as Hallmark.

I would agree, except that being married tends to lower ones expectations of relative outcomes-- buying beautiful bouquets of roses, delicious box of chocolate covered strawberries, rick and creamy chocolate truffles, romantic card, $100+ dinner, and maybe even some fine jewelry-- all in the name of love on a single day of the year for which not matter what path one chooses the path may be either a quiet surprise or the tremor of a loud thud-- as when the loving wife appears to thrill and be giddy and bubbly over the gifts given, only to matter of factly remind you to take out the garbage as tomorrow is trash day. For all its unintended consequences-- as you say Arch, it's only one day a year ;-)

Gordon that was hilarious... better than the one I thought of... Have a blessed and happy day and give her a hug for me.

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