Friday, February 16, 2018

A Sweet Treat

Valentine's Day is not usually a big deal around here...


we usually exchange cards and have dinner out...
love is always in the air.
This year was no different except that we included a ride to the beach because
 1, it was warm and 
2, I had seen pictures of this shell heart display on Facebook.
I am never one to miss anything I want to see, and photograph, 
especially if it is within driving distance.

This was at Howe Street Beach in Bay Head...

Apparently, there is a mysterious person who decorates this area for each holiday.

Two shell hearts, one on the concrete, one on the sand.

The Scone Pony closes for winter,
and opened today - so of course we had to stop.

We picked up a sweet little cake for after dinner.

Dinner at our favorite Italian restaurant.

I had a steak, with mashed potatoes and vegetables,,,
it was out of this world.
I always order baked ziti at this restaurant, I am so glad I switched things up.

The hubs had shrimp scampi, he gets this a lot and it is so delicious!

Cake from the Scone Pony
- YuM -

And a picture of the 2 of us, to remember the day!!

We also stopped at one of my favorite lakes and I saw some awesome ducks.
Good thing, I needed them for my critter post tomorrow!

18 comments:

  1. It looks like a great day, Debbie! Someone makes a real effort to brighten peoples’ day!

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  2. What a sweet day and the food looks sooooo good.

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  3. ya did it again...made me hungry...and it's only 8:49 A

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  4. I love, love, love those hearts and that a mysterious person did them! Your dinner looked out of this world! You've got my tummy growling. This picture of you and Chuck is a favorite of mine!

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  5. Beautiful hearts, like you guys! :)

    xoxo

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  6. I like the phrase 'love is always in the air'. That's the way it was with my hubby and me.Lovely pictures.

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  7. I love the shell heart, what a good idea. Your dinners look great! I think I'd have a hard time choosing; I'm a sucker for shrimp scampi, but your steak looked really good. Glad you had a nice Valentine's.

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  8. Yeah baby, that heart made out of shells is really delightful! Sometimes I think our unexpected plans turn out to be the best ever!

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  9. Somebody gets rather creative! I'm surprised no one had come along and destroyed it. Glad you were able to get pictures. Both meals look fantastic!

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  10. Oh my goodness I didn't realize how BIG THOSE hearts were until the picture of y'all with that one! Those really are pretty, whoever makes them, that is such a neat thing to do! I also enjoyed a big steak on Valentines and loved every bite! I love steak and a big baked "tater"! and a big salad--Perfect supper.

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  11. Oh my sweet friend, I loved this Valentine post. You had such a great day. I loved all the photos. It is really awesome that someone does the beaches with hearts. Your food looked delicious and the dessert yummy too. The shop looked like a fun one.
    The best of course was the delightful photo of the two of you. I do think we have the best of husbands and your love for one another shows in our smiles. Sending warm thoughts and hugs your way!

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  12. Your Valentine's Day looks as if it was magical. Love the photo of you and your husband. Those shell hearts are lovely. Dinner looked rather delish; your steak looked mighty good!

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  13. What a nice outing. That food looks so yummy. I just love all of the wonderful things you and Chuck find when you are out and about.

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  14. awwww, i love it. all the heart day decor ... so fun!! very creative!! what a fun day. your food looks so yummy. that cake too. wow wee!! fun times. ( ;

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  15. That is so neat that someone makes those shell hearts for people to see, and looks like you enjoyed a great meal and yummy dessert too. Wonderful way to spend Valentines :)

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  16. I don't know how I missed this last month -- Huge thanks... I love this kind of stuff (as you knew I would). Those heart rocks with messages on a few of them look good enough to eat ;>

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