I've been so very busy at work that I didn't even realize it was time for Five On Friday!
So I'm going to do my Five on Friday on Saturday. I was planning to base my post on Valentines Day so I wasn't too far off by posting on the actual day. I am joining fellow bloggers for Five On Friday for one more week. A different group of bloggers taking five minutes from their day to enjoy five things. At the bottom of this post you will see who else is joining in this week. Our host Amy at Love Made My Home is adding a button to her Five On Friday program. I thoroughly enjoy doing this post and like the fact that we'll be able to post 5 on Friday randomly.
First off we had a Valentines Day celebration at work. We were supposed to wear red or pink colors and we could wear jeans. I had to laugh because one of the young guys in our office wore red jeans. We work in a corporate environment and most people are pretty conservative so he stood out with his red pants. It was bold and brought some energy to the office. That's one of the things I love about working with the younger generation, the energy they bring. I remember when I was their age and was full of energy and excitement and promise. Fun memories.
Well, back to our Valentines Day celebration. I thought we were supposed to bring a treat to share. So I baked my red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting which is an office favorite. It's funny because they rave about them all the time when I make them. I never take credit for them because I use a BOX mix, Duncan Hines Red Velvet. However, I always make homemade cream cheese frosting. Maybe that's what makes them special. I decorated them with sprinkles and set them out around 9am. They were wiped out by 10.
It's a frosty cold Valentines Day this year. It's 5 degrees and an icy cold wind is blowing. I'm hoping we start to see a warm up soon. My husband has made reservations for us to go out for sushi tonight. I really don't want to go outside in the cold but the Sushi is totally worth it.
My son is in college so he doesn't have much money, well he has NO money because he doesn't work while in school. His little girlfriend is so sweet and because neither of them has much money they decided they wouldn't get each other anything for Valentines Day. Now I love my son very much but I will tell you that little girl has earned a Valentines Day gift by putting up with my son. So I went to the store and picked up a couple of things for her. I had a heart box from last year and put the candy in it. He later went out and bought her a bottle of her favorite wine.
I love Pop Rocks. I remember buying them at the corner store on the way to school. I couldn't resist picking up a package for her gift.
I put together this silly cloche for VDay. It's a bunch of cute little pink and red rubber duckies! Usually my son makes fun of my decorating ideas but this time he didn't say anything. I guess that's a good thing.
To close off the day Mr. Saylor ordered flowers to be delivered to my office. I always find it a little embarrassing having flowers delivered to work. Everyone makes such a big fuss over it. They were very pretty though and I wanted to bring them home since they would have to sit there all weekend. At least I can enjoy them at home, that is until my little cat tries to eat them.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Valentines Day!
am joining in Five on Friday, taking five minutes from our day to enjoy five things. Please go and visit the other people who are also blogging about Five on Friday this week.
Joanne from A Whole Plot of Love