I had a lovely Valentine’s Day yesterday, thanks to my wonderful hubs.
In addition to the regular flowers, chocolates, card & surprise gift he normally gives me, we decided to have a low key evening with dinner & a movie. Despite having dinner before the movie, I also got a large portion of Coke, hot dog, slushie & cheesy spicy nachos. I generally get these every time I go to the movies
Hey, don’t judge – it’s not a complete cinema experience without the nibbles.
I would’ve gotten popcorn too, but they were out.
Only after making myself comfy to watch the movie, did I remember…’oh, right….am vegan now. Can’t have that & that’. Oops! Old habits die hard, I guess.
So I gave my hubby the hot dog, but kept the Coke & Nachos….making sure I stayed away from the cheese.
The movie, Chronicles, was very enjoyable, though a bit sad at the end.
I loved it….it was a perfect complement to the sugary, sentimental sweetness of Valentine’s Day.
Speaking of sweetness, my hubby wasn’t able to get me vegan choccies, but it’s ok…he got me my fav flowers, red roses.
Just look at how delicious they look! How could I resist?!
It might seem a bit cliche, but I love red roses on Valentine’s Day.
On other special occasions like birthdays & anniversaries, I don’t mind other types of flowers, but if you are getting me flowers for Feb the 14th, I adore red roses.
However, the best part about yesterday was sharing real quality time with my hubby.
I woke up this morning, after he left for work, to the remaining chocolate & bubbly from last night and was almost tempted to have decadent breakfast of chocolates & champagne.
chocolate & champagne for breakfast? Why, yes please!
It’s a bit naughty & why ever not?! Valentine’s Day is the only time in the year I can eat sugary, fatty concoctions with reckless abandon…..as well as Easter, Anniversaries, Birthday, Christmas…..
Ok, fine! I’ll be good & have a healthy, sexy breakfast of heart & body- friendly bowl of cherries instead.