Inspiring Love Stories and Valentines Cards
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and boy do I have a celebration for you. Remember last week I told you about how Bill and I met? If you didn’t read about it then, you can read about it now here http://nanahood.com/the-florida-keys. So to get the party started I thought it would be fun to ask some of NanaHood’s Facebook friends to tell their stories of how they met their husbands.
Judy J- He saw me through the window at Church..I was attending a shower. I was 14 and he was 16 and he told a buddy he would take me to the prom that next year. Well , 4 proms later, 41 years of marriage, 1 child and 2 fantastic granddaughters our life is wonderful!
Sarah- Met my husband (Jason) in 94 at Barren Co. High School he transfered there his Senior year I was a sophomore I fell i love when I first saw him, I used to sit with him at lunch and steal his french fries, he would call me French Fry Stealing Sophomore. Went out for about 3 months, remained friends got back together January 2000 and got married Aug. 2000.
Judy- I worked in an office in a sewing factory in 1976…I met Bill there he was the new sewing machine mechanic and I worked on payroll. He tells everyone he married me so I would make his check bigger( just joking of course). He was really shy and would sit in the lobby at lunch in a chair where he could see me and we would make eyes at each other. I thought he never would ask me out but he finally did and the rest is history. Our first date was June 19th and we got married on Oct. 1st we were meant for each other. Thank you Lord for such a sweet loyal husband!
Genise – I met my husband at a drag race when we were teenagers. Dated for 3 years and we married 9 days after I graduated from high school. This May we will celebrate our 38th anniversary.
Aren’t those great stories? Now that I have you thinking about love and Valentine’s Day I want to tell you about a great giveaway I’m hosting beginning today (winner announced Friday, Feb. 1st.)
Isn’t this adorable? If you miss a special child or loved one you can record your voice into a cuddly Until We Hug Again bunny or bear and they’ll be able to hear your words each time they give the animal a hug. These also make great gifts for grandparents or aunts and uncles who want to send their voice to a beloved child across the miles.
Special Delivery Card Presenters for Kids: These cute critters and characters have Valentine messages tucked inside. After a child removes the valentine, he or she can keep this little friend around to store little reminders of how much they’re loved.
Justin Bieber Valentine’s Day Greetings: He’s a Valentine to millions and with these greetings featuring the Biebs, you can wish Happy Valentine’s day to your own superstar.
Sign up below! Tell your friends about the contest because it ends Friday!