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PostSubject: AHHHHHHHHHHHH   Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:09 pm

don`t you dare forget...I`ve given a heart- shaped , red box of candy to every women I`ve met today{Yes, I avoided Wal-Mart  Smile } and the smile has been worth every dollar I spent...yes, one dollar was the cost of each  Smile they were probably smiling , thinking, "I knew you were cheap, but I didn`t think that cheap"...I had one box left over, 4 sweet chocolate's in each...red , heart shaped boxes must be pretty expensive  Smile 
anyway, It`s supposed to be the thought that counts, so I put it to the full test  Smile and if I missed you,



and if you fellow cattlemen messed around working all day and forgot, you can print this off and maybe stay out of jail  Smile
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PostSubject: Re: AHHHHHHHHHHHH   Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:28 pm

My wife and I spent this beautiful day Calfhood Vaccinating heifers. Yes, she was the one who made the appointment.
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PostSubject: Re: AHHHHHHHHHHHH   Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:16 pm

Nice heart - hope the choccies were good! Not a big deal in heartland NZ - the cities get pretty excited about it - driven by the retailers. Just as well not to bothered in this house - we were shearing - aka dodging rain and stressing out - and now I am waiting "patiently" for last of sheep to be taken away so that we can go to the Mission Concert (several acts in a natural amphitheatre at a vineyard) - it started at 12pm and it is now 1.15pm ........................
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PostSubject: Re: AHHHHHHHHHHHH   Fri Feb 14, 2014 8:25 pm

Kent Powell wrote:
My wife and I spent this beautiful day Calfhood Vaccinating heifers.   Yes, she was the one who made the appointment.  

gosh, pretty easy to love her...

my Linda actually started work on learning a golf swing today; the first exercise I started her on is throwing my old Eskimo winter hat into the couch as hard as possible underhand ...something tells me things aren`t going to be as pleasant on the golf course as when Linda merely drove the cart... Rolling Eyes 

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PostSubject: Re: AHHHHHHHHHHHH   Fri Feb 14, 2014 8:34 pm

pukerimu wrote:
Nice heart - hope the choccies were good!  Not a big deal in heartland NZ - the cities get pretty excited about it - driven by the retailers.  Just as well not to bothered in this house - we were shearing - aka dodging rain and stressing out -  and now I am waiting "patiently" for last of sheep to be taken away so that we can go to the Mission Concert (several acts in a natural amphitheatre at a vineyard) - it started at 12pm and it is now 1.15pm ........................

somehow, the history of the celebration seems even less romantic than shearing sheep   Rolling Eyes 

The flower-crowned skull of St. Valentine is exhibited in the Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, Rome.

In 1836, some relics that were exhumed from the catacombs of Saint Hippolytus on the Via Tiburtina, then near (rather than inside) Rome, were identified with St Valentine; placed in a casket, and transported to the procession to the high altar for a special Mass dedicated to young people and all those in love.

Also in 1836, Fr. John Spratt, an Irish priest and famous preacher, was given many tokens of esteem following a sermon in Rome. One gift from Pope Gregory XVI were the remains of St. Valentine and "a small vessel tinged with his blood." The Reliquary was placed in Whitefriar Street Church in Dublin, Ireland, and has remained there until this day. This was accompanied by a letter claiming the relics were those of St. Valentine.[31]
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PostSubject: Re: AHHHHHHHHHHHH   Sat Feb 15, 2014 4:07 pm

Just goes to show what some slick marketing can achieve  Twisted Evil 
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