Valentine’s Day falls on February 14th each and every year. It is the day that is set aside annually for telling those that you li that you do love them. It’s not a bad idea when you think about it. We get busy in our daily life. We get so busy and so involved in all of the various aspects of life that it is easy to forget to tell that special someone just how special they really are to us.
There are many ways to say “I love you”. A romantic dinner for two….a quiet evening with Champaign toasts to love eternal and beautiful romantic music playing in the background…..a magical vacation to an exotic location……sending red roses, chocolate, and a romantic card….giving a gift of heart-shaped jewelry….all of these are special ways to tell your special love just how loved they are.
I think one of the secrets of successfully conveying feelings of true feeling on Valentine’s Day or any other day is in knowing the other person well enough to know what to choose. Showing up on the doorstep of your lady love with a bottle of wine or Champaign only to discover that she doesn’t drink…AT ALL…is a long way from conveying romantic feelings.
Giving a gift of large dangling earrings when she would never wear anything but studs isn’t romantic either. Sending her a large (no matter how expensive) box of chocolates when she is allergic to chocolate isn’t going to tell her that you love her. It will only serve to tell her that you don’t know anything about her and don’t care enough to find out.
Remember that Valentine’s Day is a day for expressing love and love means caring enough to know the other person well enough to choose a gift or an occasion that will truly please them.
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