We Tied One On For Valentine’s Day


tie heartCupid trades in his signature diaper for a pink necktie at our house on Valentine’s Day.

Thank heavens for little girls and the establishment of this awesome yearly tradition that keeps one little girl’s father in Pinkatastic work wear all year long.

Giving a necktie as a Valentine’s Day gift is very practical and a heck of a lot more useful than a homemade ceramic ash tray.

Meanwhile, my parents chose to tie one on for Valentine’s Day with a couple of bags of White Castle cheeseburgers.

For the past 50 years, nothing has said, “I love you” more than a surprise bag of Whities.

Slider love is truly a special bond that can only be shared between two people with equally strong stomachs and a penchant for onion breath.

A most creative way to keep the “fireworks” alive after half-a-century of marriage.

Though these fireworks may be letting off more of a green cloud in the living room in front of the television than a fiery glow in the evening sky.

Whether you tied one on, or “shot off” your own fireworks, I hope you had a Happy Valentine’s Day.

Keeping the fireworks alive on Valentine's Day after 50 years of marriage.

Keeping the fireworks alive on Valentine’s Day after 50 years of marriage.

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8 thoughts on “We Tied One On For Valentine’s Day

  1. I don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day, but if I did I would do so with a bag of White Castle sliders. What a lovely and delicious celebration for the four cats, two dogs, and me. Congrats to your parents for a long marriage and fun long-standing tradition!

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