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treelady Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 08:17:26 AM
Valentine's Day is right around the corner, so I thought I would share a little Love and give away one of these cute Valentine mailing sets I found at my favorite book store. Please tell me your favorite Valentine memory and I will put all the names in my cookie jar next Wednesday, January 28 (which just happens to be my daughters birthday) and have the birthday girl draw a winner.

Hugs and Love

A little rain can straighten a flower stem. A little love can change a life.

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Terralea Posted - Feb 03 2015 : 06:52:41 AM
My Valentine box arrived and it is so cute. I have sent off my first valentine to my 3 year old granddaughter. We've got her Valentine Box all made and covered with stickers. Let the fun begin. Thank you so much Julie! xoxo

Terralea Posted - Jan 29 2015 : 06:04:15 AM
How cool is this! I have never entered one of these before and blam, I win one. Thank you and yeeeehaaaa!

wildflower17 Posted - Jan 28 2015 : 4:44:00 PM

Congratulations Terra:):):)Hope you enjoy your special treat!!!



"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened"...

"Country Girl at Heart...Blessed Beyond Measure"!!!

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Killarney Posted - Jan 28 2015 : 4:13:07 PM
Terra! Lucky Girl!! I also loved reading everyone Valentine Story!

Hugs! Connie
LadyInRed Posted - Jan 28 2015 : 3:56:39 PM
Congratulations Terra...It is always Fun to win something...ENJOY!!!

Thanks Julie for the Fun!!!

Hugs and Smiles,

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treelady Posted - Jan 28 2015 : 3:24:27 PM
I have loved reading everyone's special Valentines memories, Thank You all for playing. The birthday girl drew a name out of the cookie jar and the winner is.... Terralea. Terra, please send me your name and address and I will get this cute little package on its way to you! Congratulations!


A little rain can straighten a flower stem. A little love can change a life.

Max Lucado
LadyInRed Posted - Jan 27 2015 : 10:35:48 PM
Have loved reading every one's Stories!!!

Hugs and Smiles,

Farmgirl #1326

Don't allow others to steal the Glitz from your *SPARKLE*

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wildflower17 Posted - Jan 27 2015 : 7:14:45 PM
Please don't leave me out:):):)My favorite memory is when my oldest niece made me a Valentines Day card when she was about 4 years old...I still have it and get it out and look at it from time to time...she turned 41 this past October:):):)We always were and still are extremely close to this day:):):)She was more like my daughter than my niece!!!Another sweet memory to dad always called her "Papaws Queen"(Like Queen of Hearts):):):)Just as sweet...when my son wants to go visit my niece...he will tell me he wants to go down the road to see "The Queen"...precious:):):)



"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened"...

"Country Girl at Heart...Blessed Beyond Measure"!!!

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auntsmelly Posted - Jan 27 2015 : 5:38:08 PM
Please include me too.
My favorite memory was getting put in charge of the class Valentine's box in the fourth grade. I was so excited the teacher chose me. It took me a whole Saturday and when I returned it to school, the teacher loved it and so did my friends. I still have my childhood Valentine's Day cards. Too cool to throw away.
Happy Valentine's Day.

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mbenton16 Posted - Jan 27 2015 : 4:41:14 PM
Please add me! Favorite Memory has to be the little box valentines in school. I can remember as a child the anticipation I felt for the big day when I got to open those 30 little valentines and read my fellow classmates names on the back. I remember the class list of names being sent home from school and carefully selecting the perfect valentine for each classmate! Maryellen

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Terralea Posted - Jan 24 2015 : 06:54:01 AM
Please add me as well. Some memories are recognizable as the ones that mold us into who we are. This is one of them. I was in the 3rd grade and the whole class had spent days putting together their valentines boxes. There was a little gift exchange along with the valentines and we had drawn names of the one person we were to purchase a gift for. I think that what is so poignant about this memory is that my family was very broke and so I know my mom must have struggled to find a gift for another child when she could not afford many for her own children. There were others in the class as well. The person who drew my name was not particularly favored by other children though I have no memories of issues with him at all. To this day I remember his name and I remember that his family struggled as well.

His gift to me was a hand knitted purse which I absolutely loved. I think the look on my face when I opened his gift made the look on his face priceless. I think he was holding his breath fearing something home made (with love from a mother who wanted his child to fit in) would be rejected or criticized. I keep that purse until it wore out. I think about that boy often and that look on his face.

Bonnie Ellis Posted - Jan 24 2015 : 04:04:24 AM
Please add my name too. One of my goofy memories was the year in second grade when we had to trade gifts for Valentine's day. I was in love with flower the skunk in Bambi. I got a tiny ceramic skunk which I still have today.

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Calicogirl Posted - Jan 23 2015 : 11:03:18 PM
Thanks Julie for the opportunity, it's great reading everyone's memories.

One of my favorite memories was right after my husband and I got married. Things were very tight financially that year. I picked up a package of conversation hearts and we sat down and 'wrote' each other a poem. Mine to my honey was titled "Cool Dude", his to me was titled "Girl". I wish that I had taken a picture but I did draw out the poems with the words on the hearts and colors for memories :)

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Joey Posted - Jan 23 2015 : 09:11:58 AM
Please enter me too. That tin is adorable. My favorite Valentines Day memory is of my now ex-husband in the first year we were married. We had moved away from my beloved beach and I was so sad about it. He bought a kitty litter pan and filled it with sand and somewhere found a bucket and shovel. He put in a few shells I already had around and gave me my own little beach to cheer me up. I do 't have many happy memories of my marriage to him but this was so dear that even now, 40 years later, his thoughtfulness still brings tears to my eyes. PS- my husband of 20 years and I again live at the beach and it brings me joy every day. Joey

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nndairy Posted - Jan 23 2015 : 08:47:35 AM
My favorite Valentine's day is similar to Peggy's. I was a freshman in high school and had a HUGE crush on a very popular boy. (I was not in the popular circle). Some group (can't remember who) was selling carnations for $1. I got a couple from my friends and one from the boy I had a crush on! I was so excited but thought maybe one of my friends did it being funny. Until, he walked up to me after one of my classes to make sure I got it!!!!

Thanks for the giveaway Julie. It's fun reading everyone's stories :)

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treelady Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 4:57:55 PM
What wonderful memories you all are sharing!

A little rain can straighten a flower stem. A little love can change a life.

Max Lucado
rough start farmgirl Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 3:50:09 PM
Please add my name, that is an adorable tin. My husband shares a birthday with your daughter! Bet he has a few years on her, too.

My favorite valentine's day was when my daughter was old enough to make the gaudiest, glitteriest, perfumed valentine for me in school. It was such fun to see her so proud to hand it over!

LadyInRed Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 2:23:53 PM
Please add my Name to your Drawing!

My favorite Memory was in 5th grade...when the boy I liked bought me a Drug Store Valentine Card
(not one of those cheap School Valentines) he actually spent a few bucks on it...and he told me
He loved Me...and I didn't know he liked me even until then. *Sigh* I was in Love!!!! LOL

Thanks Girls for your sharings...enjoyed them all!!!


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Simply Satisfied Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 1:17:25 PM
I would love these too. My favorite valentines day was in college. My now husband signed us up for a "dating game" during halftime of the Washington State U basketball game. Somehow we got picked as one of three couples to compete. I was horrified I would have to play in front of the entire crowd. I had a broken foot at the time and we had to walk out on the basketball court and sit on stools to answer questions about each other. Somehow we managed to get all the questions right and won the competition! The funniest question for us was "What is his favorite cd he owns?" The answer (it was 2001) was "he doesn't own any." The entire stadium laughed when I said it but then really laughed when he held up a sign from when he wrote down his answer before the game and it confirmed he didn't own a single cd. We won a dozen roses, a dinner gift certificate, and a one night stay in a hotel suite.

Farmgirl # 3591
hudsonsinaf Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 10:56:48 AM
I would like to be added as well. My favorite memories are actually more recent ones. With homeschooling the children, they don't make cards for all their classmates. Instead, we try to bless those around us! The mail lady always gets a treat, as does anyone else we plan to encounter. They also help me to make special dinners and desserts for hubby :) It is usually Chicken Parmesan with heart shaped pepperoni on top for dinner, and a cheesecake for dessert... still trying to figure out the plan for this year ;)

~ Shannon
Red Tractor Girl Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 10:41:23 AM
Please add my name. I love the adorable cards and they always come in handy!

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ceejay48 Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 10:39:49 AM
Please add my name to the drawing! Favorite memory is the BIG, huge Valentine box at our country school. All kids dumped all Valentines into it with names on the envelope and then the teachers got to hand them out. I went to a two room school house for grades 1-8.

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star-schipp Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 10:26:33 AM
My favorite memory was always the day in art class when you got to make your Valentine mailbox...all the construction paper and possibilities

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Killarney Posted - Jan 22 2015 : 10:24:54 AM
Add me!! It would be when I made enough money babysitting to buy a Real Rose for my Mom and My Granny and my Next door neighbor Kitty, who watched over all the neighbor kids! I was about 12 and I was so proud that Valentine's Day to give them something special!

Hugs! Connie

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