Friday, February 17, 2012

EAT your Heart Out

This Valentine's Day, I told  Sweetie that I will send her Dunkin Donuts. The heart-shaped ones with chocolate frosting and sprinkles. She said, it's better than not having anything because last year I totally forgot to get her anything.

But I opted for these chocolate-coated strawberries from Shari's Berries... and she just loved them. I so love the look in her eyes and the smile on her lips after every bite she took.

Happy Valentine's Day, my Sweetie.

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Thursday, February 16, 2012


I am not a romantic guy, I had to admit. Or rather, I have a hard time expressing what I feel. And it's totally opposite with my Sweetie.

Valentine's day is always a struggle for me. I hate flowers but my Sweetie loves it so much. It's hard to explain why I prefer diamond, which is a girl's bff, isn't it? Well, she loves diamond too [who doesn't] but she loves flowers and I hate it because I think is a waste of money because you just throw them out when they already served their purpose.
This year I tried to make amends for my shortcoming last Valentine's day. She said, I was getting very creative this time and I just love the way she smiled.

I love you always, my Sweetie!

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Thursday, February 2, 2012

True Blood

Thanks for the article from Jermaine Haynes

Thank goodness we got direct star Tv just in time for the start of my favorite television of all time, “True Blood”. I am usually not someone who enjoys science fiction and vampire themed movies and shows. I haven’t seen or read the “Twilight” series or seen the “Harry Potter” movies. I started watching “True Blood” earlier this year when we went to my in-laws house for a long visit. The first season of the series was available on their cable network. By the time we left a week later, my husband and I had watch all of the episodes from season one to season three. “True Blood” incorporates drama, comedy, and vampire action and acts like a drug that leaves you wanting more. The characters are colorful and the plots are intriguing. I also love that it is set in a small bayou town in the heart of Louisiana. The setting has an authentic feel. Not to mention the male cast is composed of very attractive males who are often not wearing their shirts! I can’t wait until the next season starts!
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