If you do not have Valentine date for this weekend. How do you get through the day and night?
This day is suppose to be a day, for many of us to let the other person in your life knows how much we care, 75% of us is not lucky enough to have that special someone, However, I am jealous of those 75% who is going to be wine and dine by someone special in they life, at some point in our life we was in that bracket of the lucky one, now here we are are alone, well, what can we do? sit alone and feel sorry for ourselves?
As far as I'm concerned Valentine's Day is just Monday, and I will do what I normally do on a Monday and be perfectly happy doing it. Don't let an overly-commercialised holiday get you down
I've had my share of love in life. I'm not worried about it. Even when I've been with someone I truly cared for I was always annlyed by the "holiday." It's a contrived event to generate sales and I always wonder why women let it become so important and virtually a relationship defining day. Not everyone is able to concoct a unique and "special" way to demonstrate their love. You need to look at more than just an arbitrary marker on the calendar...
I remember one of my Valentine day of 2009, I took a trip to the Island, to spend it with the love of my life, it was such a romantic weekend, we spend it together at the savannah watching horse racing, we did a little betting, we had lunch with friends and some co-workers, I remember the fresh air against my face, the laughters, my inner soul felt so at ease, so in love, that night
we took a boat ride around the island coast line, once again some great, music and
some great conversation, so, I wish I knew the key to happiness,
or why it only last for a short period, but as Surburan Poet said,
Valentine really is for the big Merchant to make they wallets fatter.
as we believe it all about us, and our love for each other.
by Raitu Disong 5 years ago
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by Kurias James 5 years ago
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by Holle Abee 8 years ago
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by Linda Bilyeu 6 years ago
Which day do you dislike the most?
by Ryan Hupfer 9 years ago
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by Anthea Kwaw 7 years ago
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