Saturday, February 14, 2009

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day to one and all!
Yesterday, hubby surprised me with a Barbershop Quartet, complete in tuxes, who came to the elevator and sang 2 wonderful songs to me! My hubby arranged this a couple of years ago and so it was great to see these guys again. Along with 2 songs they brought the flower below and also a small box of candy. The guys had a camera so I will post it when I get my copy. Hubby is just the best! Later then we headed off to church where they were having a movie "FIREPROOF", complete with popcorn, candy and drinks. We had a great time and I recommend this movie for any married couple. :D

I have been slowly progressing on my hexagons and I am loving each one. They really don't take that long to do, it is just finding the time to do them. I found more of the background and it arrived yesterday so I am now comfortable that I won't run out.
We had a beautiful snow last night but with the temps that are expected it probably won't last long. Must get around and get ready for the wedding. We have to be at the church to start cooking at 11.

Have a wonderful Valentine's Day!


Jean said...

How sweet of your hubby! I love the way you fussy cut the paisleys for the cute.

Milah said...

I bet your co-workers enjoyed your hubby's gift too!
We went to see Fireproof a while back and then we treated our daughter, son-in-law, son and son's girlfriend to the movie. We wanted them to see it so much that we paid for their tickets, dinner and we watched our grandkids for them.

Julie said...

Wow, your husband is wonderful to do this for you! I'll bet everyone who saw that was jealous!!
I am taking an English paper piecing class on the 28th. I can't wait to start a new project.

~blue~ said...

such a great hubby you have! i think we should keep him around :) I knew you would like the movie...i loved it!!!!
one more week and i'll be HOME!
Love you!

Quilts And Pieces said...

What a fun surprise!

Linda C. said...

What a lovely valentine surprise.

Ditto what Jean said . . . love how you fussy cut those paisleys. I might even have to dig out my heap of hexagons from mumble-mumble-mumble years ago. I have them joined into flowers, but couldn't decide how to go from there. Might just set them together as Grandmother's Posey Patch.