Monday, February 15, 2010

Wuv and Mawwaige

Mawwaige is the weason we are gathuwed today....

... and wuv, twue wuv...

Hubs and I celebrated V-Day all weekend long! We started off by going to a marriage conference in Wichita from Friday to Saturday. It was a nice get-away. We heard some great reminders about God's design for marriage and how to practically work together. Plus, we got to hang out and meet other couples - which was also a blast.

After the conference, Hubs offered to take me shopping! But get this - I turned him down! I was exhausted and really just wanted a nap. So, we headed back home where my brother was watching our house the dog. We relaxed for the rest of the day and let friends come over to play xbox on our TV.

We decided to keep V-Day low-key. We rented a movie and got a pizza and hung out. Is anyone else addicted to the Olympics? We had those on all day. So awesome.

V-Day just really doesn't matter to me a whole lot. It is fun to do something different some years, or get each other something other years, but what really matters is that I love Hubs everyday of the year and I want to show him that every day of the year.

4 comments:

Laura said...

enjoy your valentine! my hubby is a firm believer that vday was invented by hallmark. he and mike agreed at flock the other night. schrooges! :) good thing i know he loves me on all the other days!

aconkling said...

I think Richard's facial expression is one of the reasons my hubbie wants to get to know you guys better.... :)
After Thursday night, Jack tells me, "I'd really like to get to know the Clabaughs better."
I think he likes your hubbie's sense of humor...and told me since you're a Buhler and Ken's girl, you can't be that bad. Ha! :)
Glad you had a good time at the conference. Enjoy those precious DINK times!!

Nikki 'Trexel' Moore said...

We took it real easy this V-day too. I don't think V-day is an evil scheme from the card companies...yes it's commercialized but so is Christmas, way more so in fact, and you don't see people refusing to celebrate Christmas!! Anyways I just think if you get away from the commercialization (I sound like Charlie Brown) it's a good thing at heart. Good pun, huh?

Lindsay said...

Amen to that. V-day is overrated in my mind, too, however an extra back rub wouldn't have been declined on this end. :-)

And I love that you "let" the other people come over to play on your TV - that's great!