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2014 February 14

 

#love art

 

Originally I had planned to do a great roundup of chocolate recipes I’ve been pinning on Pinterest the past few months, but I decided to keep things short and sweet since it’s Valentine’s Day.  Call someone and tell them you love them or give someone a hug.  Don’t text, email or Facebook message them, actually talk to them or visit them in person.  Remember what that was like?  Social media are great for keeping in touch with friends and family, but sometimes people need to hear your voice or spend time with you in person if that’s possible.  There is a lot that is communicated in person or through your voice that can’t be translated through a computer.

If your still interested in checking out some decadent desserts check out these two Pinterest boards:

Some past Valentine’s Day related posts:

Have a Happy Valentine’s Day and celebrate LOVE all year-round!  I created the above image in waterlogue from a photo I had taken on my iPhone.

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  1. February 14, 2014

    Love it! Happy Valentine’s Day! We just had a lovely phone conversation with my in-laws to start the day! :)-Ashley

    • February 14, 2014

      Good for you Ashley! Hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

  2. February 14, 2014

    Remember “visiting”? Just going to one’s home and sitting in the living room and talking? Ahhh…. now that was love:) Happy Valentine’s Day, Dawn! LOBS

    • February 14, 2014

      Happy Valentine’s Day to you too Seana! In the summer months my neighbors and I will visit on the driveway every so often :)

  3. Anne Putnam permalink
    February 14, 2014

    I agree, social media is nice, but sometimes a good old chat in person is really needed!

  4. Keri Davey permalink
    February 14, 2014

    Happy Valentine’s Day to you too Dawn….sorry I’m using social media;)

  5. February 19, 2014

    Could not agree more, Dawn! The human touch is missing in society today – we need to be better about “reaching out to touch someone”. Thanks for the gentle reminder xoxo

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