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Go Red! Happy Valentine's Day!

 Besides playing with stuffed animals, the girls LOVE to play dress up.  It causes huge messes, but they love it!
 This week, my friend, Jenn invited me to the Go Red luncheon here in NWA! The event raised money for the American Heart Association. I had a wonderful time and great food!  Here is Amanda, Bethany and Jessica.
 Me, Lenette and Ginger.
 I had to put this one of Jessica and her selfie!

 Jenn and Dina
 Our special guest speaker was the one and only Rachel Ray!  This was such a fun day!

 SK at her school Valentine's party.  She made a card for Frisco.

 Emily's teacher gave prizes to the kids who could stack the most conversation hearts in 10 seconds.  It was a lot of fun!  The winner stacked 9 hearts.  Emily stacked 7!
When Kelly and I had our super fun day a couple of weeks ago, I bought these vintage valentines.  I adore them.  I DO NOT like the valentines kids pass out today.  Back in the old days the cards had such character.
Steve gave the girls sun catchers for V-day.  SK had a lot of fun painting hers this afternoon.

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Becky said…
Love the vintage Valentine's! My husband's aunt was a school teacher and I have her collection and they are vintage and then some. Gorgeous.
Love vintage cards! Especially when they are used and you get to read a little snippet! Such an adventure!

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