Valentine’s Day

Posted by on February 13, 2014 in humor, women | 12 comments

Today I went to ShopKo to buy Valentines. Once I got there I thought “why should I pay four dollars for a card I barely even like?” I love Valentine’s Day but I resent the gouging that goes on as we’re pressured to celebrate in a specific way.  I decided to help out my Exponent sisters by providing you with some Exponent-y Valentines.  I’d had this idea for about two weeks but realized that I have neither the programs nor the ability to do some fancy-shmancy photoshop.  So this is the product of me, Paintbrush and an evening in my jammies watching the Olympics.

Eliza R. Snow:

Eliza R. Snow valentine

 

 

 

 

 

You, single? The thought makes reason stare!

 

Emma Hale Smith:

emma valentine

 

 

 

 

 

I elect me to be your lady!

 

Lucy Mack Smith:

lucy mack val

 

 

 

 

 

Sitting next to you is always heaven to me!

 

From the Exponent II:

Exponent valentine

 

 

 

 

 

My love for you grows Exponent-ially!

Happy Valentine’s Day to all my sisters!

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12 Comments

  1. Love ‘em! Best Exponent post ever!

    • Thanks! I was so pleased to find that my childhood skills at very basic programs are still useful.

  2. Oh! I feel so warm and fuzzy now. Thank you!

  3. Brilliant and beautiful! Thank you and happy Valentine’s Day, sister!

  4. That is adorable and clever. Thanks for the post!

  5. Yay! These are REAL Valentines– or at least real to me.

    I <3 Em!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

  6. I love them, Em. Happy Valentines.

  7. Fantastic! I love you all too.

  8. Wonderful! Please print and sell boxed sets next year!

  9. Ha! My husband actually printed out that last one about Exponent and made a Valentine’s card with it. I was wondering where he got the idea. :) Great job, Em.

    • I love that, Caroline.

  10. I love these!!! Em, you’re awesome.

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