This year, I told him that all I wanted for V-Day was a display shelf for my bunny stuff. He recently built himself a shelf for his collection of Sesame Street characters (that's a story for another post), and I have a ton of bunny items that are sitting in a pile on top of a bedroom table in dire need of proper displaying. He said he'd be happy to do it. Of course, he still got me roses and choc-covered strawberries anyway, but I told him that won't get him out of building me a shelf. :)
For once, I actually dressed for the day: red top, red earrings, and this necklace, which I thought particularly appropriate:
Berkshire Humane Society, the shelter where I got Mickey.
Speaking of Mr. Mick, while he doesn't get special gifts for V-Day, he did get a little extra treat in the form of some teeny-tiny dried pineapple and papaya bits. He got them as a belated Christmas gift from my girlfriend Laura, and I have been very stingy in doling them out so as not to have more tummy episodes. Needless to say, I was practicially tackled just opening the bag.
"If you value your life, you will dish out the treats NOW."
Once he was somewhat appeased with his treats, he was willing to pose pretty for a Valentine's Day message to his fans:
To all the single ladies out there:
I will be your hunnybunny
If you will be my bunnyhunny.
Happy Valentine's Day!
How can anybun resist that? Hope everyone and everybun is having a Happy Valentine's Day.