We've never really celebrated Valentine's Day. There's been the occasional year when we've bought cards or made a token gesture but more often than not we just haven't bothered. I couldn't resist these cupcakes when I saw them in Greggs though, aren't they cute covered in tiny hearts?
And yes, I'm on a diet so they weren't bought for me and Mick, Eleanor's going over to York after work tonight to stay at her boyfriend's for the weekend so I gave them to her for a little treat for them both.
Happy Valentine's Day!
I've been doing well on my diet, but it is suspended for 2 days, tonight we are having a Chinese takeaway and tomorrow hubby is cooking steak, so a bottle of wine will be opened.ReplyDelete
They are very sweet. When I saw them on Instagram I thought you had made them yourself. I've baked some heart shaped cookies for Lily (she doesn't like icing) and this evening I am going to treat us to some warm from the oven chocolate brownies.ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day ! X
They look delicious! I'm sure they will enjoy them.ReplyDelete
We swap cards and sometimes give a little gift but we don't take it too seriously either.
We don't really celebrate Valentine Day either. I can't have flowers in the house (allergy), and I can't eat chocolate. -smile- But I do put some decorations up.ReplyDelete
Those cupcakes are soooo sweeeet! I'm sure they will enjoy them.
💕 💕 💕Happy Valentine Day💕 💕 💕
That's a lovely gesture mum, sharing the love with your beautiful daughter and her boyfriend. They do look very tasty.ReplyDelete
love and blessings xx
I want 3!ReplyDelete
So pretty, so tempting . . . 💌ReplyDelete
It was a low-key Valentine's Day for us, but we do mark the day in some way and these days take pleasure in hearing about our grandchildren's enjoyment of the day with their partners. Those cupcakes look lovely and I'm sure they were enjoyed.ReplyDelete
They look delicious, I'm sure they'll enjoy them. xxReplyDelete
We don't do Valentine's Day either, but those cakes are certainly cute & hope they were enjoyed. Hope you've weathered the second storm & there is some nicer weather just around the corner. Take care & huggles.ReplyDelete
They look to good to be eaten! What a lovely gift for Eleanor and her boyfriend xReplyDelete
Soooooooo pretty, I'm sure they enjoyed them. We don't generally do a lot but we did go to dinner this year.ReplyDelete
I'm sure Eleanor and her boyfriend will find them delicious :)ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
They do look cute.xxxReplyDelete