“The Valentine”



The best part of the evening was when he said…


“Every Day is Valentine’s Day with You.”


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Every Day is Valentine's Day With You Jack Weil BLACK FRAME FINAL

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The box below including a star and underlined notations was discoverd just a few days before Valentine’s Day of this year in a devotional book by Joni Eareckson Tada. All of this time I thought it belonged to my mother and was not aware that  Jack had given it to me until I began to see his own notations, stars and what he chose to underline!

“Keep my ego small and my heart large.

 What better confirmation that he is indeed,

“The Valentine?”


Joni devotional keep my ego small and my heart large with the star framed




Valentine’s Day

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Folk traditions

While the European folk traditions connected with Saint Valentine and St. Valentine’s Day have become marginalized by the modern Anglo-American customs connecting the day with romantic love, there are some remaining associations connecting the saint with the advent of spring.

While the custom of sending cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts originated in the UK, Valentine’s Day still remains connected with various regional customs in England. In Norfolk, a character called ‘Jack’ Valentine’  knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children.

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