Sunday, February 21, 2010

Two is Better Than One

Since it wasn't our first Valentine's Day, titling our blog as such would be false advertising. It was our first married Valentine's Day, and it was wonderful.

It started Friday night with a trip to Idaho Falls. We ate at Olive Garden, then enjoyed an evening at the Idaho Falls Temple.

Saturday morning, this was awaiting me at the breakfast table. The hearts say things that Jeffree loves about me.

Saturday night I tried decorating cinnamon bears for Jeff. The tux was cute till I tried to add pants. It looks more like a grass skirt.

Sunday, I gave this bouquet to Jeffree. It didn't turn out near as cute as I hoped. I redeemed myself that afternoon with decorating our bedroom.

Jeff had this waiting for me after my Sunday nap. There were hearts leading to this little display on the table.

One of the best things about our day was listening to Elder Quentin L. Cook. He came and spoke to our Stake. We were pretty close to the front, so that was neat. Our other claim to fame is that we parked right next to him. We speculate that he slipped on the icy parking lot and caught himself on our car. We were about 10 seconds away from meeting him, but it was neat to listen to him talk to just our Stake.

Jeff is so wonderful and I love him so much. He always goes overboard to make our little family so happy and comfortable. And he is a perfect example to me of showing love to one's spouse. Our holidays are always so special because of him. Hopefully I'll get as good at it as he is someday.


  1. Oh I love you soo much!! You're wonderful!!!

  2. Wow! Quite the Valentine Day! You two are quite the creative bunch!

  3. Hey it's Cheryl's sis-in-law...your blog is soooo cute! And if it makes you feel any better, Jake has and always will be soooo much better at that stuff than I ever will be! At least we try right? Everything I make usually burns except for the VERY few things I can make, and the things I can make, we eat so often we are sick of it! What I wouldn't give for some of that delicious looking homemade bread on this stormy day...I'm afraid I will never master that...your hubby is definately a keeper!