Valentine’s Day is upon us. Around the corner, that special day for lovers & couples. A time when husbands & wives search for that special gift that says “I Love You.” I have never been the conventional, conservative female. I told my spouse from early on in our relationship, that flowers, cards and jewelry just wasn’t for me. Sure, I never stopped him from buying those things for me. I have a gold bead necklace that he would add to on every occasion.
Not sure I like this one.
Yeah I like this one
Going to Gander Mountain
Who would say no to chocolates?! Not I. I will kill a slut for some fresh melt in my mouth chocolate. Cards, I read them and sometimes I keep them other wise, I’ll toss them in the trash. “Old Man” is the sentimental one. Flowers fade, not lasting long. Also flowers, especially roses, can be very expensive. Nope. I want something different. Something that says “I love you” in our marriage. Not someone else’s, because what works for us, isn’t going to work for others.
Ruger .22 Long Rifle with Rosewood Grips
A few years ago for Valentine’s Day I was given “Rosie.” She means more than the dozen long stemmed roses, box of chocolates and sappy card. She takes great care of me, when I am home alone or when I travel. She reminds me of “Old Man.” Because he knows that I am picky, he looked for the “perfect” gift. He found it. Now, once again, he will say “I love you” this time with a shotgun. I looked in the little kids section. Ya know, the shotguns that only weigh 5 lbs or less (not many). There are shotguns that weight 7 lbs or more, way too heavy for me. I will be also getting a cute little red light for it and a pistol handle in place of the standard. I am kind of excited.
Whatever he picks out for me, I know I will be happy with, just like with “Rosie.” Old Man loves me, like no other and it’s times like this when I can actually feel my icy cold heart skip a beat for him.