Saturday, February 14, 2009

Valentine's Day drop



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I just think these hearts are adorable :) They were very fast and easy to make. I don't remember where I found the pattern though :( ( found it over here )

These are drops 3 & 4 for us. They were both dropped at the Lee County Library in Cape Coral, Florida.



Even Suzi gets in on the fun! She was trying very hard to grab those hearts and EAT them. She loves to chew on yarn and fiberfil. Not a very good idea.


It was Mandy's turn to decide where to leave a toy. She liked the bike rack out front of the library. I think this is the most bikes I have seen at the library.


I let Hubby chose where to drop the other heart. I suggested the new release shelf and he liked it. If I didn't help, he probably would have been walking around forever with the little guy. He said he came back 4 minutes later and it was GONE. For some reason he decided to check with the librarian to see if it was OK to do this. Of course...IT'S NOT! Come to find out is is highly illegal to leave anything in a government building. I guess that's part of the new security after 9-11. I understand the reasoning, but still.... The librarian wasn't very nice about it Hubby said. Oh Well, maybe she will find a toy and it will bring her some happiness.



When we left about 45 minutes later, the one at the bike rack was gone too :)


I love how the whole family gets all excited when I tell them we are doing another drop.

3 comments:

Yarni Gras! said...

I love your toys! We didn't get to drop at the library afterall but dropped in a community box instead.
Love the photo with the dog!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Yarni Gras! said...

I forgot to mention that our whole family is getting into it too....we were doing silly dances in the front seat of the car and high fiving each other! LOL!

Dragon's Dolphin said...

Yeah, doing things on federal property is not really a good idea. So glad the whole family could get into it. It always makes nicer when the whole family gets involved.
~Shelly~