1Norma Jean Baker- one of the bright 20th Century beauties pondered in 

As returning folks know, today is not only St. Valentine’s Day, but the day that we go public via social media!  If you’re visiting for the first time, please accept a warm welcome; if you have any questions, I’ll be monitoring our Twitter as well as our new Facebook group intermittently today (or leave a note below): facebook.com/IPofM.

Should you have queries about the dame pressing this thing, peek-a-boo here:  inpraiseofmendotcom.wordpress.com/about/

Last, I’d like to point out that St. Valentine was a bold and bad-ass gentleman of Faith, who reportedly refuted the Roman Emperor Claudius II.  Here’s a few fascinating things you may not know about him, and today’s holiday, courtesy of The History Channelhistory.com/news/6-surprising-facts-about-st-valentine

Wishing You Love & Happiness Always-



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