ADDICTED to Love
When we tied the knot, Scott and I took vows “to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish; from this day forward…”
My practical and ever-so-financially-responsible husband told me not to buy him anything for Valentine’s Day. But that’s so not fun. I did manage to find him a little something that is sweet, romantic and actually good for his health. (Go me!)
At less than $10, it won’t raise his blood pressure when he gets our credit card statement. Nor will it make him gain any weight. It’s purpose is to bring a smile to his face and prevent heart-break. It’s even okay if he becomes addicted to it. The only thing it won’t do is cure love sickness.
I really wish I could have shared this with you sooner so you could have ordered it for your Valentine, but it would have ruined the surprise when I gave it to mine since he is the most dedicated follower of this blog. It will also make a great gift for birthdays, an anniversary, during a pregnancy or “just because” (which is my favorite occasion).
Happy Valentine’s Day! How have you been hit by Cupid’s arrow?