I know that it's not Valentine's Day anymore, but you have to commemorate the season. I decided to commemorate it by drawing a better Valentine's Day strip than I did 3 years ago. Man, how time flies.
Cami and I enjoyed the holiday together. We had a nice dinner, exchanged cards, and - although we agreed not to - I got her some gifts. Nothing complicated. A stuffed animal, a DVD and some CHOXIE! Sorry, I just like shouting the word CHOXIE!
Anyway, the DVD I got her was Just Like Heaven and I went through something Just Like Hell to get it for her. Does it make sense to anyone else that Target would be sold out of this particular DVD a few days after it's been released? I mean, aren't these guys sitting on crates of new releases, or did everyone have the same idea I did?
I wanted to get Cami Just Like Heaven because the film is set in San Francisco. One of our first vacations together as a married couple was to San Francisco. Of course the city is romantic as all get-out in its own right, but the time we spent there makes movies set in San Francisco extra special to us. We'll sit and watch and then pull each other's shirt sleeves - "We were there! We were there!" Does anyone else do this?
Of course, I should shamefully admit that I did something dunderheaded while making my purchase of this movie. In response to Target's low inventory policy, I was sent scrambling to Best Buy to pick up the movie. In my haste, I grabbed the FULL SCREEN version instead of the wide screen version.
This... I never do.
I've lectured family members for hours on why wide screen is better than full screen and I come home with this? It's like walking in the door with Mr. Pibb when you meant to grab Dr. Pepper.
You're lookin' so fine to-nite! Lookin' SO RIGHT!
I can't wait to take you home...
...peel that wrapper off you...
...and have my way with you!
Uh... I'm glad you like the DVD I bought for you.
Do you have a Valentine's Day gift for me?...
Just a minute, honey.
I'll be right with you.