One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself,
“What if I had never seen this before?
What if I knew I would never see it again?”
— Rachel Carson
We’ve hit that point where the snow is mostly chips of ice, dirty and brown (or yellow).
But like most things, you can easily find something to love, to make beautiful… if you dig deep enough.
I’m considering printing this snowheart photo out for Cass to give out as homemade Valentines for her classmates… what do you think of the caption “Your smile makes my heart melt?” Jeff says it’s creepy.
Another option is this photo— you’ve seen it before:
We’d cut slits above and below the hand and insert a lollipop, as (crudely) illustrated. “I’m a sucker for your friendship?” Yay or nay?
I just don’t do store-bought cards. I know, you’re shocked.
P.S. For a veritable treasure trove of Valentine’s Day puns (I love this holiday purely for the permission to pun freely), you gotta check this out.
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