No candle-lit dinner and dozen long-stemmed roses here at Hunters HQ. Too predictable. Instead, we had much more fun on a family tree-climbing adventure.
I guess priorities change as the family grows and our ideas of a fun time change with it, so we headed down the beach park and climbed the historic local cotton trees. We do enjoy a good play together down the park and the little dragons absolutely love it: climbing, ducking and diving between the gnarly old branches that I climbed on as a young dragon, myself. We weren't the only ones enjoying the beautiful sunshine, with the BBQs and picnic tables full of families too.
After a great morning down the park, we went into a delightful café called the Sugar Deli, where they specialise in delicious cakes. What more could a sweet-toothed dragon desire (especially when armoured knights are in such short supply down the beach)? The courtyard was decorated with wire hearts strung with red roses and we
After indulging in chocolate and macadamia cakes, we flew home and exchanged handmade cards with heart-thought messages about what love means to us.
... and that is Valentine's Day, the dragon way.
Peace all, love the Beaumonts.