Thursday, November 11, 2010

Check this out :-)

Thank you all for the thank you msgs. to DH for doing his time of duty for our country. They are appreciated by both of us.

This morning before I left for work, I had set the table, and then printed up a menu. I saw after I printed it out that I had left out the 'r' in margaritas. But didn't even seen the bigger boo boo.

DH came in from working outside, before I left and saw the table setting. As I was getting ready, he asked, "Is it Valentine's Day?" I said "No, it's Veteran's Day." I looked at the menu and couldn't believe what I saw. I had written Valeninetine's Day, instead of Veteran's Day, and didn't even catch my mistake. I was bummed out, because, ya' know, we want it to be perfect when we do something for others. DH said it was no big deal, and I told him that this was all being done with lots of love, even though it wasn't Valentine's Day.

Tonight as we finished dinner he said, "That was really good." I thanked him and said "Yea, even if it isn't Valentine's Day." We both laughed. He said when he saw that menu this morning, he freaked wondering if he had forgotten it was Valentine's Day. Then he thought, wait a minute isn't Valentine's day in February? He was greatly relieved when I told him it was Veteran's Day. We had a good laugh over this after our lovely, quiet dinner together. Being in our 60's after 40+ years together can be a hoot.

Every day is a gift!
What we choose to do with each one,
is up to us.
We can celebrate life,
or we can look at all the negatives.

May we be ever thankful for our many blessings, small or large.


And in the end,

it's not the years in your life that count.

It's the life in your years.

Abraham Lincoln


Zone 10 ~ s.e. FL


Sandy said...

You know, I saw that you had written
Valentine's Day on the menu and I
wondered why! So funny! Just means
you were subconsciously thinking of
the holiday of love because you're so
in love with your husband!Glad you
enjoyed such a nice evening.

Karen said...

FlowerLady, I just got caught up with reading your past posts, and want to add my thank you to your husband for his service. I loved your idea for making the day special with the menu and special place settings. I think the typo was adorable, for you two are still so in love; it's a special Veteran's Day for your Valentine.

Tom - 7th Street Cottage said...

I can only hope.

the Goodwife said...

Such a sweet post!

Mrs. Mac said...

What a nice meal setting .. and yes .. A day of love to your beloved whether you call it Valentines or Veterans Day .. (This will be a funny story to share again and again while in the rocking chair years;)

Sandra said...

Awww I really enjoyed this post, so sweet :)

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Your post made me smile! Thank you!

Val said...

That's funny. :) I hope it was a wonderful celebration. He obviously understood and appreciated it. :)

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I had to compose myself from my laughing before I could type a comment. Thanks for the giggle!