Posts Tagged ‘Valentine’s Day’

To the Love of My Life!

Kevin, I have known you for 20+ years and you’re my best friend. We’ve been through it all I think. Some good and some bad, but none the less we’ve gone through everything.

I love you with all my heart and as many times as I’ve said it, there are NO words to describe how I feel for you. You are the best thing that ever happened to me and I don’t know where I’d be if I wouldn’t have met you 20+ years ago at Burger King.

I’m so glad I chose you that day and not the other person we were talking about. I’m so glad you put your phone number on that calculator tape and in my back pocket. I’m so thankful you stayed with me through my fits and bad tempers. I’m also thankful you stayed with me when I acted childish and through a fit. LOL

On this Valentine’s Day I want you to know how much I love you and how much I care for you. You are my best friend and I’m so glad I married you 17 ½ years ago. I love you Kevey!!

Tips for Fun Valentine’s Day Cards

Valentine’s Day is a special time of year for elementary school kids. In most schools they have a party that consists of handing out Valentine’s Day cards and then eating sweets and playing games or watching a movie. It’s a fun time for all the children and it’s a good way for the parents to come to the classroom and watch their children have a good time.

One of the best parts of Valentine’s Day is the cards you hand out to all of your friends. The easiest way to handle these cards is to go to the store and purchase a box of cards with your child’s favorite cartoon character on them. Adding the names will be the easy part and that’s if your child decides to do that. He may decide to put his name on them and hand them out as he goes.

If you choose to do the cards you purchase at the store, you can still attach a piece of candy to the card or you can include it in the envelope if they come with them. These candies can be just about anything you’d like them to be and the kids will just love them.

If you want to have a little fun with the holiday, you can go to the store and purchase goodie bags and fill them with fun things that the kids will enjoy. You can put a card in each one or have your child make them and use a ribbon to attach it to the outside of the bag. You can also include candy, a Valentine’s Day pencil, a fun eraser, and a cookie.

Another fun thing you can do with Valentine’s Day cards is to help your child to create their own cards. You can do this with a program or you can come up with it on your own using a Paint program. The best thing to do is to figure out what the size needs to be so you can have four cards to a page and that way you’ll be able to easily print them. You can add picture, some words, your child’s name, and the name of the person that’s going to get the card. This is a great way to allow your child to be creative on this special holiday.

Kids love Valentine’s Day mainly because of the candy that they get from their friends and family. When you allow your children to be creative with the cards they give to their family and friends they’ll enjoy it even more and that’s a wonderful feeling for them.

Corrie Petersen runs a successful Virtual Assistant business and she is a wife and mother of two boys. She loves helping her clients with their day to day work, but most importantly she enjoys spending time with her family. Click here to find out what she has going on with her family.

Valentine’s Day weekend at the Sunburst Lodge

Kevin and I decided to get away for the Valentine’s Day weekend. This is something we have never done before, so it was exciting to plan.

We left around 3:30 Friday afternoon to head up to the lodge which is on Casper Mountain. When we got here, we were surprised and knew we would be in for a big treat. Here is a picture of the outside.


We were greeted by the cook and she gave us a tour of the house. It’s beautiful, so warm and peaceful. Here are some pictures of our room.




We had home made fried chicken with real mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, corn on the cob, salad, and home made bread for dinner and home made apple pie with icecream for dessert. This morning we had fruit, home made banana bread, bacon, and eggs for breakfast. Tonight we’re going to have prime rib for dinner. Can’t wait for that!

I’m so glad Kevin found this place for us. It’s such a wonderful place. I just know we’ll come back again. It’s nice to be so close to home, but feel like you’re in another part of the world.

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone!

About Corrie


My name is Corrie and I'm from Wyoming. I've been married to Kevin since 1993 and we have two wonderful boys.

I'm a Virtual Assistant and a Ghostwriter. I love what I do and I enjoy spending time with my family.

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