Anyhow, we started off on Monday morning with some fun "heart art". We talked about monochromatic colours and lines, and I showed them how a curve in the line can make an optical illusion. It was an easy and inexpensive art activity - all they needed was a ruler and a few markers or pencil crayons.
Festisite. This site created cute little hearts from their writing - which look great posted beside the line heart art.
Buzzing with Ms. B for her "How I Met My Hunny" linky party.
I met my husband when I was in grade 12 and he was in grade 13 (yes, we used to have 5 years of high school in Ontario). Although we went to the same high school, I somehow didn't meet him until we were both on a bus going to a ski trip in Quebec. It was VERY late at night (or VERY early in the morning) when we were first introduced, so I don't think we exchanged many words beside "hi" (although I do remember I thought he had beautiful eyes). To sum up our 20 year history in a short little paragraph, we were together by the end of the trip, and have been together ever since. We ended up going to the same university, moved back home together, found jobs, got married, and had three beautiful little girls. It may not be the most exciting of stories, but it's our story ... and I think it's perfect. :)
This was us just after we graduated high school ... almost 20 years ago ...
Here we are at our wedding ... ten years ago ...
And here's one from this year. Love you, sweetie. Happy Valentine's Day!
Happy Tuesday! And Happy Valentine's Day!