I don't need no fancy things.
No necklaces, no diamond rings.
Don't need Whitman's Chocolate Sampler.
(My butt don't need to be more ampler!)
No fancy fondue dinner out;
That's not what Valentine's about.
No, Cupid, all the hype and such,
It really don't excite me much.
It's the little things! And I ain't lyin'.
Take lessons from this boy named Brian:
(He's Dani's boyfriend. Super sweet.)
He surprised her with a breakfast treat
On Saturday, by stopping by
and deliv'ring to his sweetie pie
A bag of donuts. Chocolate glaze.
Dani gave him a loving gaze
While I said, "Hey! You're not the bomb.
Did you forget about the MOM?"
His quick reply: "You're on a diet."
That kid is really quite a riot.
But anyway. The deal is this:
Surprises equal spousal bliss.
So Cupid, tell my sweetie dear.
Whisper this into his ear:
The little things will melt my heart.
A hand-signed card is a good start.
Or a letter that comfirms for me
He'll love me for eternity.
But if he wants to spend some dough
Here's a little something he should know:
There's a sale. At Macy's, see.
By one and you get one FREE!
I'd like a mix of Tangerine,
Scarlet, Peacock, Shamrock Green,
And round it out with Sunflower, pet.
Has Darren won the lotto yet?
This week's challenge is brought to you unwittingly by PeggyD and Christina's Creative. (If you've been reading NSBR this morning, you'll know what i mean after you read my blog.)Write a letter to Cupid.Say what's on your mind about Valentine's Day.Is it a bunch of bunk?Another chance for Hallmark to make some money?Are you a romantic at heart?Do you have hints for your Valentine?Do you have a Valentine's memory to reminisce about?Dear Cupid....