Sunday, 14 February 2010

Z was a Pretty Star

I was terribly impressed. It reinforced my certainty that I was on the right track.


Yes, it's genuine Victorian. And I knew quite enough, even then, to appreciate that he'd ruined its monetary value by writing in it (not shown), and that this indicated True Love.

I'm not expecting flowers, a card or the like today. He's been showing quite enough love, for better, for worse etc, to take him through the rest of our lives, whatever happens. It's a lot of work, marriage - however, in the long run ...

... it's worth the effort.

And, in other news, Winter Olympics! Yay (except for curling and speed skating)!!(!)

14 comments:

Dave said...

I'm not expecting anything today either. For completely different reasons.

luckyzmom said...

Now that I know that loving me the whole year through is more important than what happens on one day in the middle of February (SOMEBODY TELL ME IT'S NOT THE MIDDLE OF FEBRUARY ALREADY) he remembers!

Happy Valentines Day Z *)

And you too Dave*)

Lis of the North said...

Hi Z. What a beautiful gift, original and touching. I got a peppermill because he broke my other one earlier in the week :)
Hope you're recovering well. I keep dropping by (via Reader).
x

How do we know said...

this is a card???

How do we know said...

this is a card???

Roses said...

Awww...bless.

Happy Valentine's Day to you both.

Hope you continue to spoil each other every day.

Christopher said...

Touching. I'm sure you're twinkling away contentedly. What's wrong with curling?

mago said...

You are a pretty star. Have a good Sunday.

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Z said...

Nothing's wrong with curling as far as playing is concerned, or so a former curler of my acquaintance assures me, but it really isn't a lot of fun to watch.

The central part of the card, with the posy of flowers, is what opens, but the paper hinge is loose, so I just took the front away so as not to show the writing.

Thanks, everyone xx

Ad said...

Lovely, lucky you!

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Pat said...

That's pretty enough to last for a lifetime of Valentine's Days.

How do we know said...

wow! that is such a sweet card!