Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine's Day!
(Swans at the Central Park Zoo, October, 2007)
For whatever reason, this blog has become an offshoot of the Weather Channel this week, but our lovely weather from Monday and Tuesday has turned to rain today. My plans for V-day include walking the dogs in the rain (Noodles was horrified), going to work, coming home, eating dinner, walking the dogs (hopefully not in the rain), and taking a bath.
Update - and since a crown fell off a tooth this morning, I hope to also squeeze in a trip to the dentist!
You?

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Blogger GetFlix said...

Gave her the flowers, card and gift last night.

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Blogger GetFlix said...

Sorry for the multiple comments. My keyboard has water damage from a roof leak and is acting funky!!

9:16 AM  
Blogger LA said...

What? Is today a holiday or something? To me, it's the second-to-last day before a 9-day vacation, so I suspect I'll be running errands and doing laundry after I finish working. Oh, that and my appointment @ SB Eyes.

Sorry about your crown, I hope it doesn't hurt!

12:25 PM  
Blogger Auburn Kat said...

I am spending the day with my grandmother and will be eating dinner with my family tonight.

Happy Valentine's day!

12:44 PM  
Blogger Tiffany Norris said...

Working, then walking Fred in the last nice day we're supposed to have for awhile. :( He cries if I try to take him outside in the rain, the big baby.

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Blogger Joe said...

Have a good one.

2:23 PM  
Blogger Ryan said...

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY

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Blogger Karen said...

Happy Valentine's Day backacha!

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Blogger sage said...

Sorry to hear about your crown--at least chocolate doesn't require a lot of chewing--otherwise, I hope the day was good for you and your dogs got over the rain.

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Blogger EditThis said...

I had the day off but did some other work from home, went and bought myself a new ski jacket with b-day gift certificates, played with my very needy dog, and was blissfully unaware that it was actually Valentine's day.

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