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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Valentine teapot

Deborah Sauls' story of her "country boy husband," Bobby, who dressed in his best suit to deliver a dozen roses last Valentine's Day, won the hearts of the judges in the Tribune's 2006 "Greatest Love Story Contest."
Deborah didn't expect to win."It's very exciting," she said after learning she was the winner. "My husband gave me a really good story to write about."
The story details how Bobby traded his normal attire of jeans and t-shirt for his best Sunday suit to bring the roses, arranged in a heart-shaped teapot. It was a thoughtful gift since Deborah collects teapots. He added a love note that told Deborah there was a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow and he found his the day he found her.
Inside the pot was an amethyst necklace.
"The roses were beautiful. The teapot was sweet. The necklace was great.
But the best gift of all was (and still is) my wonderful husband," Deborah wrote.
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