“It’s Valentine’s Day, eh?” ~ Doc Meek

Monday, February 14, 2011. Today I am grateful for my romantic sweetheart, my spouse, Jeannette! ~ Doc Meek

Image from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affection

Valentine’s Day

File:Victorian-valentines-cards-two-cherubs-red-hearts.jpg

Victorian Valentine’s Card
Also called Saint Valentine‘s Day
Valentine’s
Observed by Many countries
Type Cultural, Christian, commercial
Significance Love and affection celebrated between lovers
Date February 14
Observances Sending greeting cards and gifts, dating

Image/text above from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine’s_Day

Doc Meek, Mon, Feb 14, 2011, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

P.S. “Get Happy” Video, with a “Celestial” Valentine Heart at the end. 😮

From Abraham-Hicks Publications
Click here to watch video clip on Get Happy!Get Happy

4 Responses to ““It’s Valentine’s Day, eh?” ~ Doc Meek”

  • Thank you so much for always thinking of me and especially today, Valentine’s Day. With hearts entwined we can make it through anything life throws our way. Love is the key, and honor and trust is the catalyst that makes everything wonderful.

  • Hey Jeannette! What a sweet sweet tribute to us and to our permanent love, no matter what. I love you! – Collins
    P.S. FYI, Jeannette is my beloved spouse. 😮 – Doc

  • What a wonderful Valentine those of us who are Christians have – A God and Savior who loves us immeasurably and unconditionally! 🙂

  • Hi David, Good to see you on THE LEARNING CLINIC WORLDWIDE blog again! I am so grateful for your reminder of what we all tend to take for granted–that which we already have and which blesses us greatly and we tend not to think about it because it is always there for us. We tend to look at what we don’t have. Blessings and Gratitudes, Collins (aka Doc)

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