Sunday, February 14, 2010

A Sweet Valentine


Happiness is nanimo bars on Valentine's Day. A sweet tradition. And a card that made me cry - purchased two years ago - that he forgot to give me. But even now, he still means every word. It melted my heart.

Happy Valentine's Day to you my wonderful readers. May it be a day filled with joy, sweet smiles and lots of hugs and kisses. 

xoxo,

12 comments:

Stephanie said...

happy valentine's day to you!

Tracey said...

happy Valentine's Day to you as well.. You have such a sweet spirit and a loving heart.. your a Valentine all by yourself!!! Hugs to you Mandi and have a good week!!

Jennifer said...

Happy Valentine's Day. Hope it was a great day for both of you!

McMom said...

So sweet! And I must say, I REALLY miss Nanaimo bars.

Nara said...

Lovely blog! :D

Follow my blog and I follow your blog:
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xxx

Barb said...

Happy Valentine's Day to you Mandi! Sorry this is a day late...computer problems made it tough to check on anyone! Have a great week!

Rebecca D said...

I just have to know, what are nanimo bars?

debra said...

Hope you had a Happy Valentines Day. Oh how I love Nanaimo bars...

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

Love the dish :D

How about a recipe for the bars? They look yummy!

Mandi @ Finding Home said...

I hope everyone had a great Valentine's Day! I know I did. Amidst the lovey day, we did a few house projects and actually got our washer installed! The nanimo bars are actually picked up from the grocery store, but I have found the back story behind them (they are a Canadian treat) and the original recipe for them. Weight Watchers also redid the recipe to make it point friendly last year. I'll also post that recipe as well. Look for those updates soon!

Keelie said...

Hey Mandy! Thanks for stopping by my blog. The way I make tialpia...

1.Apply spice of preference liberally. I think in the pic you saw I had used Tony Chacheres, salt and pepper.
2. Drizzle pan over medium heat with olive oil
3. Cook fish apx. 4 min on each side.
4. Squeeze with lemon just before removing from pan.

It's fast, easy, and good!

Keelie (REAL FAT)

bec4 said...

I love these--have only had them in Canada. MMM, delish!

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