Every Valentines Day with my lovebug has been memorable to my heart, but one really touched my heart and soul. In 2006, my momma was living with us, and we were her caretakers. She was so sick, and getting worse everyday that went by. Lovebug and I had not made any plans for Valentines Day, because we had to stay home and take care of momma. But, we did not mind, we enjoyed spending time with her. Valentines Day that year was on a Tuesday, when lovebug came in from work, he had brought me a dozen yellow roses, they were beyond beautiful. I told lovebug to put them in our bedroom on the dresser, he said he wanted to show my momma first. So, lovebug went into my mommas bedroom, I was standing in the doorway to her room. When lovebug walked up beside her bed, she turned towards him, and smiled the biggest most precious smile I had ever seen. She said, Eddie thank you so much, yellow roses are my favorite. She hugged him very tightly, and kissed him gently on the cheek. Lovebug hugged her back, kissed her gently on the cheek, and said the following words of love to her: You are very welcome momma, but you are more beautiful than any rose. I love you, Happy Valentines Day. I was in tears, I was deeply touched by his words and actions to my dear momma. When lovebug came out of her room, he had left the roses on her bedside table. He looked at me, took me by the hand, and led me into our bedroom. When we sat down on the bed, he took both of my hands in his, kissed them gently, and began to cry like a baby. Of course, that made me start crying harder. When the tears stopped, lovebug said these words to me: Honey, I am sorry about the roses, but, there was no way I could take them from her. I looked into his eyes and said to lovebug: Sweetheart, I did not want the roses, I have plenty of time for more roses, but momma doesn't. I told him that what he had done for my momma was the greatest Valentines Day gift ever. Two months, and seven days later on April 21, our beautiful rose went to heaven. We bought a yellow rose bush, and planted by her grave, it continues to bloom beautifully. Just as momma continues to bloom beautifully in our hearts, and in heaven.