ah, those candies looks so delectable.
soaking grapes in wine!? now that sounds yummy.have a great party.I stopped by from bobbie's blog. ;)
Oh wow!! Sounds like you will have a humdinger of a party Nora!! Enjoy!!!
Nora, that looks like a it was a GREAT party! Wish we all could have come.
Nora,I'm hurt I wasn't invited!
Sorry I missed it. That looks good. Can you believe someone scheduled two economic developement meetings for 5 PM on Feb 14th?Marilyn is over it now.
I visited Jerry's place earlier, and he said he would be attending a Valentine's Day party at your house.What fun it must have been!! You put on quite a party! I bet you are a terrific hostess.I hope you all had a superb evening!!$18 for 6 bunches of roses??!!WOW!My hubby was out of town for Valentine's Day and he won't be back home for another week. I refrained from eating chocolate on V-day. It was hard, but I made it through without a single truffle.:-) Had I been at your party, I would have succumbed to those yummy treats!!
IBFORThe day before Valentines Day, roses were going for $45 a dozen. On the 15th you could buy a dozen for $18. You got the best deal by far. By the way, that candy really good too.Ralph
Nora, thanks so much for the party! It was a blast, as always. Also, I love the blog even though it's not called "shaved heads". Oh, & that reminds me - Carlton says he is very, very sorry he was so creepy and opened your door to get my purse. :)
That must have been some party since I don't see a new post!!!
I dipped some strawberries in chocolate for my husband and daughter this year. They were so good that I did it again on Tuesday night. Yummmmm......
Hi NOra,Left you a message on the Blogstock blog.
Holy Crap, those strawberries look, well....damn good ;)
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