This day tends to bring about all sorts of feelings...good and bad. BUT let us focus on the GOOD!
To My Lovies Here:
May you be surrounded by love today. Engulfed by it externally from those you love or by filling yourself internally, with the love and light you deserve. You are all such beautiful souls. Keep on moving forward!
With love, Rugger
ps. I am handing out dark chocolates! they are my fave and I wish to share...
o yummy thank you rugger. i will enjoy these dark chocolates! special thanks!
To my lassies here: (in starting a new tradition as rugger has) I wish you the best day of comfort you may find today. I pray you will find solace in someone you love this 14th day of february 2013. You all mean the world to me and I can only hope we all have a pleasant Valentines Day. May Cupid hit you in the arse today with his arrow.
Okay you guys...I'm trying to stick to my diet here...but I'll take the dark chocolates...smores...reese's...and a piece of kit kat. I want to give each and every one of you a dark chocolate mint truffle....mmmmm...my absolute fave! And hugs...lots and lots of hugs!
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