Early Friday morning I got a message from Vernon's daughter that literally brought tears to my eyes. She wanted to surprise her dad with a Valentine's dinner that she would cook herself. That wasn't the special part as she often makes dinner for her dad. The extra special part is that she wanted me on the computer in a Google+ Hangout at the other end of the table, with a vase of pink roses to add the final touch. She wanted to do this for her dad because we weren't able to be together for Valentine's Day. She coordinated a time with me and I made sure that I was ready for lunch when she had his dinner ready. She made a wonderful bolognese (spaghetti sauce with meat) and home made garlic bread; I had a bowl of chili with cheese. I even drank out of one of my fancy wine glasses. He was so surprised to see me "sitting" there on the pink table cloth with the pink roses. He looked so happy and so surprised. She then left us to enjoy our dinner together. Oddly enough, we've never had a dinner like this online before. Vernon was amused that I obviously had known about the secret Valentine's dinner and stated, "I can never trust either of you again". I have to admit that if he was able to see my face while I was playing dumb to Yasmine's odd behavior he would have known I was up to something. Saturday morning I was in a giddy mood, excited about my date with Vernon. It makes me happy when that girl of his does things like this for him. This was the first time she's involved me and it was lots of fun.
Thank you so much Yasmine! I don't think you quite realize how very thoughtful and wonderful this dinner was to the both of us. You are the best!
Saturday, February 16, 2013
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We've picked out a pair of toasting glasses. I was hoping for some help on what to put on them. We'll consider traditional, whimsical, contemporary... anything! I love brainstorming.
Leave us your suggestions in the comments. Don't forget to mention the name/type of font you would use.