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Tue Feb 06, 2007 5:07 pm      Reply with quote
Just wondering if anyone is planning for a special romantic getaway this v-day weekend. If so, where are you going? (And from where you're going?)
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 5:25 pm      Reply with quote
Thanks, rub it in that I'm still single. Sad LOL Just kidding. My friend and I are actually going up north to my cottage for the weekend to catch the "Frosty Frolics" festival where they will be having dog sled races and a craft fair. I actually missed it last year when I was living there so it should be fun to check out. Hmmm maybe we can find some hunky men to keep us warm, and if not at least we can pet some pretty pooches and snuggle against their fur. LOL And then of course, there is always the fudge. They have the best fudge at a local shop there. Mmmmmmmm fudge. Who needs a man when you've got fudge? LOL Wink

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Tue Feb 06, 2007 5:44 pm      Reply with quote
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Thanks, rub it in that I'm still single. Sad LOL Just kidding. My friend and I are actually going up north to my cottage for the weekend to catch the "Frosty Frolics" festival where they will be having dog sled races and a craft fair. I actually missed it last year when I was living there so it should be fun to check out. Hmmm maybe we can find some hunky men to keep us warm, and if not at least we can pet some pretty pooches and snuggle against their fur. LOL And then of course, there is always the fudge. They have the best fudge at a local shop there. Mmmmmmmm fudge. Who needs a man when you've got fudge? LOL Wink


I got a Maltese who is a lap dog. My girlfriend said "who needs a man when you have Snowball?" haha

Sounds like a lot of fun, and I am sure many hunky men would love to keep you girls warm. The problem is how do you make them leave???
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 5:46 pm      Reply with quote
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I got a Maltese who is a lap dog. My girlfriend said "who needs a man when you have Snowball?" haha

Sounds like a lot of fun, and I am sure many hunky men would love to keep you girls warm. The problem is how do you make them leave???


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Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:08 pm      Reply with quote
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Thanks, rub it in that I'm still single. Sad LOL Just kidding. My friend and I are actually going up north to my cottage for the weekend to catch the "Frosty Frolics" festival where they will be having dog sled races and a craft fair. I actually missed it last year when I was living there so it should be fun to check out. Hmmm maybe we can find some hunky men to keep us warm, and if not at least we can pet some pretty pooches and snuggle against their fur. LOL And then of course, there is always the fudge. They have the best fudge at a local shop there. Mmmmmmmm fudge. Who needs a man when you've got fudge? LOL Wink


I got a Maltese who is a lap dog. My girlfriend said "who needs a man when you have Snowball?" haha

Sounds like a lot of fun, and I am sure many hunky men would love to keep you girls warm. The problem is how do you make them leave???


Isn't that always the problem? Wink
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:34 pm      Reply with quote
No one is going anywhere for the weekend?

I'm considering Santa Barbara since I live in LA...or maybe San Diego. Where else should I consider?
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Thanks, rub it in that I'm still single. Sad LOL Just kidding. My friend and I are actually going up north to my cottage for the weekend to catch the "Frosty Frolics" festival where they will be having dog sled races and a craft fair. I actually missed it last year when I was living there so it should be fun to check out. Hmmm maybe we can find some hunky men to keep us warm, and if not at least we can pet some pretty pooches and snuggle against their fur. LOL And then of course, there is always the fudge. They have the best fudge at a local shop there. Mmmmmmmm fudge. Who needs a man when you've got fudge? LOL Wink


I got a Maltese who is a lap dog. My girlfriend said "who needs a man when you have Snowball?" haha

Sounds like a lot of fun, and I am sure many hunky men would love to keep you girls warm. The problem is how do you make them leave???


Isn't that always the problem? Wink


That is often the problem! Bad Grin
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:45 pm      Reply with quote
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tam wrote:
Cherisse wrote:
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Thanks, rub it in that I'm still single. Sad LOL Just kidding. My friend and I are actually going up north to my cottage for the weekend to catch the "Frosty Frolics" festival where they will be having dog sled races and a craft fair. I actually missed it last year when I was living there so it should be fun to check out. Hmmm maybe we can find some hunky men to keep us warm, and if not at least we can pet some pretty pooches and snuggle against their fur. LOL And then of course, there is always the fudge. They have the best fudge at a local shop there. Mmmmmmmm fudge. Who needs a man when you've got fudge? LOL Wink


I got a Maltese who is a lap dog. My girlfriend said "who needs a man when you have Snowball?" haha

Sounds like a lot of fun, and I am sure many hunky men would love to keep you girls warm. The problem is how do you make them leave???


Isn't that always the problem? Wink


That is often the problem! Bad Grin


Oh yes, silly me! Every once in a while, it isn't a problem at all! Bad Grin
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 8:32 pm      Reply with quote
Stay at home coz my husband is NOT romantic at all.
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:54 pm      Reply with quote
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Stay at home coz my husband is NOT romantic at all.


Awww....what would happen if you tell him that you want to go somewhere? Would he go along? My boyfriend loves to go places, and it's so much fun to do things together and explore new places together. Maybe your husband just needs a little encouragement?
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Tue Feb 06, 2007 10:57 pm      Reply with quote
We don't "do" Valentine's Day in our house. We did a special dinner or something the first few years we were together, but then I realized that I don't need a special date to tell me I need to feel loved and romantic. Laughing We treat every day like it is Valentine's Day. (where is that up-chuck emoticon?!)

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Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:14 am      Reply with quote
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Stay at home coz my husband is NOT romantic at all.

Same! Crying or Very sad
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 7:59 am      Reply with quote
celebrate anti-valentine dinner with my roomies...
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Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:05 pm      Reply with quote
Ok, you guys are starting to make me feel depress ed! LOL
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:42 pm      Reply with quote
my boyfriend and I are going to go watch the Wicked in Chicago..I can't wait!

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 10:32 pm      Reply with quote
poohlisey wrote:
bb2000 wrote:
Stay at home coz my husband is NOT romantic at all.

Same! Crying or Very sad


Same! I have a guy friend who is so sickening romantic with his girlfriends. I wish he would teach seminars on how to make ladies swoon...but then again my husband wouldn't dare step foot in any seminar lol
I think I'm going to try a new angle though...I'm going to be the one to initiate more romantic stuff and then maybe he will realize how awesome it is and start doing little things too...eh?!

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Sundew wrote:
poohlisey wrote:
bb2000 wrote:
Stay at home coz my husband is NOT romantic at all.

Same! Crying or Very sad


Same! I have a guy friend who is so sickening romantic with his girlfriends. I wish he would teach seminars on how to make ladies swoon...but then again my husband wouldn't dare step foot in any seminar lol
I think I'm going to try a new angle though...I'm going to be the one to initiate more romantic stuff and then maybe he will realize how awesome it is and start doing little things too...eh?!


You can try that, but if he doesn't take the hint, you might want to just tell him in plain English that you'd really love it if he'd take you out to a romantic dinner on V-day. And give him a big bright smile and a big hug. Who could resist that?
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 3:28 am      Reply with quote
I have no idea. I guess I'll have to wait for the 14th to see if we stay home or go out.
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 9:59 am      Reply with quote
no plans for me ... darn school paper, ruins it every time. Oh well, there's still next weekend! Razz
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 4:49 pm      Reply with quote
Not going away for the weekend, but we do celebrate Valentine's Day as a family (well, sort of Smile ).

My husband, kids and I go out to dinner at Boston Pizza for the heart-shaped pizza. We've been doing that ever since they were toddlers and have never missed a Valentine's Day yet. Very Happy
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 4:52 pm      Reply with quote
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Not going away for the weekend, but we do celebrate Valentine's Day as a family (well, sort of Smile ).

My husband, kids and I go out to dinner at Boston Pizza for the heart-shaped pizza. We've been doing that ever since they were toddlers and have never missed a Valentine's Day yet. Very Happy


Heart shaped pizza? That sounds so cute!
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 4:54 pm      Reply with quote
My best friend is having a baby the day after V-day (she's getting induced) so I will probably be spending time w/ her and helping her get settled @ home w/ the baby. My SO "doesn't do" V-day so I'm sure he won't miss me!
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poohlisey wrote:
tam wrote:
Not going away for the weekend, but we do celebrate Valentine's Day as a family (well, sort of Smile ).

My husband, kids and I go out to dinner at Boston Pizza for the heart-shaped pizza. We've been doing that ever since they were toddlers and have never missed a Valentine's Day yet. Very Happy


Heart shaped pizza? That sounds so cute!


That's why we started taking them when they were little; they thought that it was really special. Very Happy (Btw, Boston Pizza only makes heart-shaped pizzas on Valentines Day each year and it's in support of a charity -- can't remember which one now.)

Anyway, my little ones are teenagers now and they still remind us that Valentine's Day is coming and that we *HAVE* to go out for our pizza dinner. Wink
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Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:10 am      Reply with quote
tam wrote:
poohlisey wrote:
tam wrote:
Not going away for the weekend, but we do celebrate Valentine's Day as a family (well, sort of Smile ).

My husband, kids and I go out to dinner at Boston Pizza for the heart-shaped pizza. We've been doing that ever since they were toddlers and have never missed a Valentine's Day yet. Very Happy


Heart shaped pizza? That sounds so cute!


That's why we started taking them when they were little; they thought that it was really special. Very Happy (Btw, Boston Pizza only makes heart-shaped pizzas on Valentines Day each year and it's in support of a charity -- can't remember which one now.)

Anyway, my little ones are teenagers now and they still remind us that Valentine's Day is coming and that we *HAVE* to go out for our pizza dinner. Wink


Aww.. That's so sweet! Surprised I don't think we have Boston Pizza here.. We have California Pizza Kitchen though! Drool
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Sun Feb 11, 2007 7:43 am      Reply with quote
bb2000 wrote:
Stay at home coz my husband is NOT romantic at all.

It's also DH's b-day (and he has red hair! Laughing ). Big work deadlines for him, so he's wants to postpone celebrating until later in the month. No sense making plans if he won't be home. Sad
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