My family got some high quality chocolates from a local chocolatier, Mama Cocoa's. She won a contest on the Food Network
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Sounds great, enjoy!
I asked my fiancee not to get me candy or anything like that for Valentine's Day. I'd be happy with a card and some flowers. We don't really do anything big for V-day, we try to keep it low key and simple.
He is getting some chocolate peanut butter cups and a card form our 2 year old daughter and I got him a card and am making him his favorite dinner and dessert - which will put me over on my calories for the day, but it's Valentine's Day, so I'll deal.
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I bought chocolate for my husband, a racing car trip and a Bluetooth for his Cell Phone. My daughter is also getting chocolates, a Kindle Fire ( already caved and gave it to her) and a new case for her Kindle.
Yes, I got food for Valentine's Day and it was what I wanted. I wanted either chocolate covered apples from The Chocolate Factory, or a dozen of filled mini cupcakes from an amazing cupcake shop her in my town. Hubby just came home with cupcakes, but I will save them for tomorrow. He also got me a full sized red velvet cupcake. He knew he better buy them fast because when they are out they are out. The store closes early due to selling out. I/we only buy from the Chocolate Factory on special occasions and vacations and cupcake place on birthday or Valentines day. I love my present as we also went to dinner last night and went to the movie and saw Silver Lining Playbook. I wanted fun and sweets this year. I told him no jewellery that I have plenty of that, he hates when I say that but I have been with him for 25 years and he has bought me lots of jewellery that some I forget about. Tomorrow we will celbrate with my 17 year old daugther and my one year old grandson so his Mommy and Daddy can celebrate.
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