I have a stack of Valentine cards sitting in the package. . .
. .. .but they'll stay put for this year.
I just want you to know that I value your friendship. . .
I am humbled by your effort to connect . .
I count myself blessed to be loved .. .and that is all I need.
If I could send you each a little chocolate souffle. . . I would.
Would you not enjoy that more than a valentines card anyways?
That is what I thought too.
I have a little stack of these in my freezer. . ..
just in case .. . .
In the meantime. . .I'll go post the recipe on the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog. . .
and perhaps you can make two .. . late in the evening. . .just as I plan to do.
This weekend, may you feel loved. . .
Happy Valentines Day!!!
wishing you and all your beloved ones a beautiful valentines weekend.ReplyDelete
A souffle sounds good (and looks lovely too).ReplyDelete
I hope you have a special day tomorrow!
That looks yummy - but in truth, I'm more of a bread and butter girl. I love to look at sweet desserts but always end up choosing the pound cake or the apple cake. I'll be making a treat for dinner, though, for certain.ReplyDelete
Ahh it does look like it would melt in your mouth. Have a lovely weekend Lovella...ReplyDelete
That does sound good...I know that you will feel loved because your beloved thinks the world of you! Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Wishing you and your family a very loving weekend too!ReplyDelete
Pretty as a picture, Lovella! Wishing you and yours a most lovely Valentine's weekend.ReplyDelete
awwww...Lovella. You have had quite a week so I am reading between the lines that you will tuck yourself away this weekend with your DH and be thankful for your opportunities still to be together. Have a wonderful weekend....just the two of you.ReplyDelete
I hope you and T have a quiet,restful weekend together. I know that it is a sad one for you and those you love. I'll be keeping you in prayer.ReplyDelete
Oh, how sweet. The souffle sounds sweet, too! ;)ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend and your day with your special one!
I agree with what everyone has already said . . . we want to appreciate the moments. Your dessert looks so good! Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Oh Lovella, those look divine - can you believe I've never tried making souffle?ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend with your valentine!
that is so sweet and I will check the recipe out.I want to wish you a very HAPPY VALENTINES DAY too.
'I count myself blessed to be loved'..that too is all I need.ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day, Lovella! Beautiful picture of a lovely treat --- thank you for sharing the recipe and the best wishes!ReplyDelete
Thank-you for the love and friendship that has been provided over our new blogging network.ReplyDelete
I cherish the moments...