Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day…Ever Since JJ and I started dating we’ve never really celebrated Valentine’s Day. I’ve always felt you shouldn’t just show love on a Hallmark Holiday, but everyday your with the one you love. JJ and I have always just had a dinner in with Chocolate covered strawberries. It used to always be Harris Teeter Sushi and homemade Chocolate Covered Strawberries, but JJ has decided he no longer likes sushi, so now it’s something yummy we cook and homemade chocolate covered strawberries. This year it was grilled Salmon (for me) and steak (for JJ), spinach parmesan risotto, and roasted asparagus. We also added chocolate covered cinnamon almonds to our Chocolate Covered Strawberries….yummy! It was a quiet and great Valentine’s Day, I will leave you with something the Lord brought to my attention this morning and some pictures from our evening!

“Though the mountains move and the hills shake My love will not be removed from you.” – Isaiah 54:10

The word of God uses the phrase “unfailing love” 32 times, and not one is attributed to humans. Every single use of the phrase refers to God and God alone. Although the love of others can be rich and meaningful, only God’s love is unfailing. – Beth Moore

 

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6 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day

  1. Looks yummy!!! I agree, I would much rather be thought of on ANY other day of the year 🙂 it means so much more. Chocolate covered strawberries are nice though!

    • Bekah – my thoughts exactly! Maybe we should just do Chocolate Covered Strawberries once a week so that it’s just not on Valentine’s Day…they are soo good!

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