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Here's a guy who didn't have any apologizing to do on Valentine's Day this year. Jason Brinley of Florence, Alabama wanted to tell his wife, Jennifer Brinley, how much he loves her. And apparently cards, flowers or jewelry weren't enough to get that message across. So instead, he decorated every inch of their bedroom walls with 7,000 post-it notes, listing all the memories they've shared and all the reasons he loves her.

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MEN, TAKE NOTE (haha get it?).

He also organized the sticky notes into an 8-bit-style design to make the room look straight out of an old-school Mario video game.

When Jennifer came home from work on Tuesday, this is what she found:

He's just THAT into you.
He's just THAT into you.

And here's a close up of some of the messages:

"I love that you understand, and become excited when reading, statistics."
"I love that you understand, and become excited when reading, statistics."
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Luckily, Jennifer was in to the over-the-top gesture (this isn't the kind of gift you can secretly return for store credit). “I absolutely couldn’t believe it!" she told The Huffington Post. "It was crazy. I knew he was doing something that was taking a lot of prep work, but I had no idea it was that. The best thing I could think of was that he was making me a board game. This goes so much further than that!”

She didn't explicitly say "I loved it!" but she also didn't say "OMG HELP ME," so that's a good sign.

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This guy clearly wins Husband-of-the-Year. But also, I happen to know from experience that once you give an over-the-top gift like this, every holiday after that is a nightmare trying to top it. Good luck, Jason!

Sources: Huffington Post