Here's what I ended up making for Kelly on Valentine's day. He loved it.Some people think Valentine's Day is silly and that we should not single out one day to show our love to others, but I don't see a single problem with it. I'll in fact, keep it going this week! Here's the combined bouquet of the colorful cheery daisies that Jenn and Shane brought to us paired together with the miniature pink roses that Kelly brought to Lindsey last week for Valentine's Day. What a sweet daddy he is to always remember both of his girls on these occasions. This bright and happy bouquet is in the vase that Linda brought me last month. On Monday, we had a delightful visit from my old teenage crush, Buddy. He's from Oklahoma and lives in Utah with his wife and three kids now and was in town looking at investment property and met us for dinner. Here's Christopher giving him a Texas-sized welcome upon arrival.
Buddy and I have known each other since I was about 14 and have stayed in touch off and on throughout the years. We went to Chuy's for dinner because he was craving Tex-Mex cuisine. I wish I could post the picture of Kelly with us, but the waitress must have moved when she snapped that shot because it's all blurry. We all had a nice evening and then Buddy headed to Houston to check on another property that he owns.
My visiting teacher, Desiree, brought us these heart-shaped cookies. It's extra special that she made them because she's blind and had her little pre-school aged daughter help.