You are all probably wondering what I did for Nic for Valentine's Day - I want you to know that it turned out really well. It was a "sweet surprise" (see previous post) - dessert surprises all around.It started on Friday morning when I went to his work before he was there to leave him a goblet full of ice cream and a little poem. He went to work and was surprised to see some ice cream waiting for him. I lied to him and told him I was going to work out. Ha! Tricky I am. Later that night he found some lovely cookies waiting for him and another poem. Saturday morning he awoke to Oreo truffles at his bedside and a poem. Later that night, we arrived home from our ward Valentine party and a piece of chocolate cake was awaiting him. All of the desserts were supposed to be building up to the most decadent and final dessert: me. haha The last dessert even came with whip cream. hehe I know it was kind of a cheesy gift, but he enjoyed it and we are still benefiting from all of the desserts.Saturday was spent shopping - that was his gift to me. Yay! He got me a way cute jacket, jeans, and dang cute heels. I'm pretty sure his favorite part was the jeans (you can ask him why he loves the jeans). We then spent the afternoon lounging around in sweats watching Moulin Rouge: a love story. Presh. Later that night we went out to a delicious dinner with my mom and dad at Red's Roadhouse. Thank you mom and dad for taking us out! We went to our ward valentine party, only for a little while. We are newlyweds and had better plans (wink wink). We actually went home and watched Nights in Rodanthe: another love story. Nic and I love it - it makes us cry. I might have bought him a little game (one I am not going in detail about it). We ended the night with a late night dessert and the game. Ok so I couldn't just give him desserts for Valentine's Day...Molly helped me decorate a frame with this love recipe. Thank you Molly for letting me use your resources! The love recipe is one that this lady I worked with gave to me at my bridal shower. The frame turned out great and it's hanging in our kitchen. Valentine's Day is much better when you have a spouse to celebrate it with, but let's be honest - Valentine's Day is everyday in the Phair family.