like cherry tomatoes,
peanut butter and apple sandwiches,
and chicken soup.
Throw in these little coma-inducers with sprinkles and pink frosting for Becca and the boys,
and Hannah’s heavenly homemade sugarless, egg-free, dairy-free double chocolate brownie cookies for everyone,
and you’re all set for a top-notch trailer Valentine’s Day Post-it note party, Travel Bags style!
(This is the picture that makes you all gasp and say, “All nine of you live in there?!” And we say, “Yup.” And you say, “How do you do it?” And we say, “We just do.” Except some of the more sarcastic family members might occasionally say, “Breathe in, breathe out. It’s pretty basic.”)
How does a Post-It note party work?
Everyone selects a pack of sticky notes and a place on the wall to serve as the “mailbox.”
Each person writes messages for others (the cornier the better),
and delivers them to the mailboxes,
until the trailer looks like this:
and the partiers look like this:
Best Valentine’s Day ever!