My Most Memorable Valentine's Day




What was your most memorable Valentine's Day? We posed this question to a few members of the Kimbrough Law staff. Here's what they said.


Alisa Stewart, Firm Administrator

Every Valentine’s Day is memorable for me. My husband is the most thoughtful man and always acknowledges it with flowers, a card, etc. and never forgets!


Kathy Ogle, Client Relations Coordinator

My most memorable Valentine’s Day was February 14, 1991. My husband proposed to me! We went to Steak and Ale on Broad St. in Athens. Back then it was probably one of the fanciest in town. There was a line out the door, but we just breezed in like we owned the place. I was confused. Of course, I didn’t know that Donnie had planned ahead and worked it out with the manager. When we got to the table there was a dozen roses and a huge box of candy. I thought that was my surprise. Late in the meal, Donnie excused himself. He came back and the waitress cleared our dishes. She said I’ll be back with your dessert. I told Donnie we didn’t order dessert. He said she just had the wrong table. Next thing I know they were sitting a piece of cheesecake in front of me and my ring was sitting in it! Donnie proposed, I said yes and the other diners clapped. What a guy, huh??? 😊


Robin Lacrimosa, Life Care Coordinator

One Valentine's day, my son Jacob, who was about 13 at the time, surprised me with a single rose. They had been selling long stem roses at school as a fundraiser. Using his own money, he bought me a rose, put it in a vase, and left it on the kitchen counter for me to find when I got home from work. I was totally surprised 😊


Mary Jo Johnson, Life Care Coordinator

My favorite Valentine was when I received a surprise dozen roses at work and the card read “From your secret admirer.” It took me a few days to identify who that sweet person was. I was very excited because he was mine as well! 😊

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