An Interactive Twilight Experience.
But I am sure you all guessed that.
When he was three, I made the first batch of red velvet heart shaped doughnuts for him. We had “coffee” (1 part coffee to 5 parts hot chocolate for him) and doughnuts and watched Popeye cartoons. The following year, he started to ask me about a week before Valentine’s Day if we were going to have red doughnuts and coffee again. It became our tradition to have those doughnuts every year for Valentine’s Day. So, this being the first year I was not going to be with him, I still had to make them and leave them for him. I even left some hot cocoa and coffee in a thermos.
That year he was four, he came home from daycare for our treat and he was clutching a red construction paper heart covered in pink glitter. “For you Momma! It’s my heart!”
I still have that heart. It is in a frame on my dresser.
So this year, my son, “For you. It’s my heart!”
You will always have a special place in it.
I love you!