15 February 2009

Recipe For A Perfect Single Valentine's Day

  • A good night's sleep.
  • A service project that gets you out in the spring sunshine for a couple of hours.
  • Doing your taxes and finding out you are getting $1100 back this year.
  • A convert baptism into the ward.
  • A fantastic dinner made by Flower Child consisting of wild rice, mahi mahi, and steamed broccoli.
  • A pan of brownies made from the Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate mix you get at Costco.
  • Watching delightful romantic comedies that contain musical gems that induce giggles and inspire awesome dance moves like this:

8 comments:

alwaysadorable said...

Seriously just made my day with that, Scully! Excellent choice. ;) Watching "Music and Lyrics" again, has just been bumped to the top of my must-do list this week. :-D

Mime said...

HaHa does she know you call her flowerchild? Its good to see you had fun I almost called you but I am glad I didn't

Heather said...

Oh man that's awesome. I LOVE that movie.. it is so funny. It sounds like your valentine's day was way better than ours! You've developed a solid formula.

Scully said...

I think the solid formula, Heather, is no expectations and being way too busy to think about it.

And yes, Mime, she is okay with the name Flower Child.

Jenny said...

Now I want to watch Music and Lyrics and I don't have that movie! haha. I'm glad it was a good day!

Scully said...

I have the movie - you can borrow it when you guys come down on Saturday.

Nemesis said...

That tax return sounds fabulous. As do the brownies. Mmmmm . . . Ghirardelli . . .

Anne Elliot said...

Love that movie! Of course - anything with Hugh Grant dancing holds a special place in my heart! :)