February 13, 2009

Happy Valentine’s Day! Can y’all dig that?

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It’s so fitting that Outkast’s “Happy Valentine’s Day” comes on as I’m writing this post.

Since I didn’t get my act together in time to post desktop wallpapers for February, I’ll do a special mid-month post in honor of Valentine’s Day. Here are some images for you to use that will hopefully inspire a little romance and sweetness this month. Click to download it and see it at its huge size and resolution.


*Please note these images are made available for personal use only.

I also wanted to let you know about some great deals going down this time of year…

Amazon.com is offering up a free download of Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get it On”. This deal is only for Friday, 2/13 and Saturday, 2/14. Marvin Gaye and love go together like, well, Marvin Gaye and love.

Lots of Philly restaurants are having specials to bring in you and your honey. Here are more offers under $50.

This isn’t just a day for couples; those with kiddies can join the festivities too!

I was at DSW today and they had so many shoes on clearance. Don’t know if it’s all stores or just the one at 62 Greenfield Avenue in Ardmore, but check it out if you dare.

Oh, and I should throw it out that Lindsay Docherty Photography is offering a pretty sweet deal too: a discounted Boudoir Session in the month of February. Get $75 off the basic session and $200 off the Boudoir package that includes a hair and makeup artist, champagne, and a 5×7 album. Indulge a little! Contact me for more information.

Happy Valentine’s Day
Every day the 14th!
I don’t think y’all heard me!
I just wanna say Happy Valentine’s Day!
Every day the 14th!
Can y’all dig that?
Outkast, Happy Valentine’s Day

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