Hello, if you are reading this, you're invited to my annual Valentine's Day Card-Making Party, this Saturday from 12-5
(or whenever, we'll see how much fun everyone's having, etc.)
For those of you who say, "Hey, Valentine's Day sucks; why should I come to your stupid party?"
, I say:
Because each time I've had this party, it's been a celebration of friendship
and all the types of love
we can have for each other, not just the romantic kind. And because you get to dig into my collage bins of doom
and find all the naughty pictures
and use lots of glitter
! Plus, there often happen to be vegan cookies
* lying around.
This year I will also be offering a couple prizes
for the best Valentine's produced at the party. And maybe we'll watch a movie or two, play some music or some of our home-made Apples to Apples game
. I will also be getting rid of some crazy old women's magazines to whomever wants them.
Anyway, if you like meeting new people (I met my last roommate at last year's party), making cards or producing art of any sort, eating cookies and possibly an array of other snacks, and having a very fun, low-key sort of time, do come and feel free to bring a friend
For my address in inner SE near the People's Food Co-Op
and phone and to R.S.V.P., please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also feel free to bring a friend (or two) as long as you R.S.V.P. Bringing a snack or beverage with you to share is also appreciated, vegan snacks preferred but not necessary.
Thanks! I know it can be strange going to a person's party you don't know, but, like I said, I met my roommate at last year's party. Who knows who you might meet!
*non-vegans also encouraged to attend and bring whatever cookies they want. But trust me, these vegan cookies will be plenty tasty