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« on: February 05, 2007 01:28:50 AM »

I wanted to make my boy a special Valentine's Day Card, and so I made him a word search Smiley None of the circles below are actually printed on the card, he has to find them, but the "I Love You" is printed in red.

So what I did is write the note with all the words he's supposed to find underlined, this is what I wrote inside:

My Darling Nathan,

I love you so much! I just wanted to take this Valentines Day as an opportunity to tell you how much I adore you, and that Im yours forever, and Im so glad that you will be mine forever too!!  Cupid got an early start on me when he made you my baby back in August! You are my friend, but also my sweetheart.  Our hearts are full of wonderful feelings for each other!  You have filled my life with smiles, kisses, and love letters. Every day I thank God that we are together.

Your Alison

I didn't explicity explain that all those words are in the word search, but I am counting on his considerable intellect to figure out that the odd wording of the letter and the random underlining mean more than just that I have really strange writing skills Wink ... the phrase "Alison Loves Nathan So Much" is also in there for him to find, and I wrote that under a little drawing that I did inside the card and underlined it as well. I couldn't figure out how to work it into the text of the note...lol!

I had so much fun making it that I also made my friend a birthday card like this. It's super fun, and very easy to do!

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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2007 08:47:51 AM »

I'll just bet "darling Nathan" will love it.  These are the kinds of things that really support..."it's the thought that counts".

Lots of beautiful thought went into this...


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« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2007 12:03:37 PM »

What a great idea!  I can think of lots of people who would appreciate this, and it'd be a good one for kids too.

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