14 February 2010

Why We Don't Celebrate Valentine's Day

1. Every day is "Valentine's Day" to John and me.
2. Number 1 is enough.

We have so many reasons to celebrate every day. We are incredibly fortunate individuals. My cup runs over when I think about it (and when I don't).

I could list the multitude of reasons why I regularly wake up feeling very grateful, but it would get too personal for this blog, whose overarching purpose is to introduce new ways of using agave nectar instead of other sweeteners in baking and cooking.

So, instead I'll invite you to leave your gratitude lists in the comments section. I look forward to your notes.

8 comments:

mcnairy said...

I'm grateful you develop delicious recipes using agave nectar.
Susie

Ricki said...

Even though I DO try to celebrate V-Day, I'm with you on the concept that we really should say "I love you" either through words or actions every day! Hope you and John have a lovely day today, whatever you call it. :)

Courtney said...

Awwww...I love your reason(s) :-)

Courtney

Deb Schiff said...

Thanks, Susie, Ricki, and Courtney!

mcnairy said...

And I forgot to add that I'm grateful you share them on your blog.
Susie

Deb Schiff said...

Awww.Thanks, Susie. You're a peach!

VEGAN TICKLES said...

you are so right. My husband and I don't celebrate Valentine's Day either. every day is valentine's day to us!

mangocheeks said...

Lovely to read this.

We don't celeb V day either, for us its enough to say I love you once in a while. Love is through things you feel, not nec through materialistic things given.