I see from your profile that your husband works away from home - that must be difficult for you.
If he's coming home around Valentine's Day then I'd suggest a gift that will allow you to spend time together, perhaps theatre tickets or dinner at his favourite restaurant.
If he's going to be away, then your gift should be something that reminds him of you. How about a pair of cell phones or a calling card so that you can spend Valentine's Day evening talking to each other? Or make him a short video or sound recording to tell him how much you miss him!
Good luck, Geoff
Well, I once gave mine a hand made coupon book that would allow him to redeem coupons as desired. Things like: Redeem this coupon for one of your favorite meals. Redeem this coupon is for a nice massage, etc. He loved it, and it was fun for both of us!
Those are both great ideas! Thank you and yes geoffclarke it is very hard for me especially with our 15 month old. But I have mass amounts of respect for my husband for what he is doing for our family
You know your husband better than we do, but as you have asked I will try to answer. Get your husband something personal. Does he like a particular hobby or partake in sport. Men like the idea that the women in their lives understand them enough to go out and get them something for themselves.
An example of this is, I enjoy climbing hills so my wife has booked 3 days away in a lovely place where we can do some exploring. At the same time I can checkout the local hills and see what is available for me to do at a later time. She knows I will be concentrating on the hills and not on her, well during day light hours! but she is prepared to do this because she loves me. Isn't that what's valentines days all about.
by myab 8 years ago
The Target pharmacist told me that there is a $25 coupon for my prescription of Levaquin on line butI am unable to find this coupon and request info on how to get and redeem this particular coupon Kindly respond quickly so I can access the coupon and redeem it ASAP.
by alexandriaruthk 3 years ago
How did you celebrate Valentines day?Dinner date, movie or just stay at home?
by Brian L. Powell 5 years ago
Who's cooking dinner on Valentines day?Who is going out? Is there a third option?
by shazwellyn 7 years ago
I've just completed a hub on what valentines day gifts for what women really want. Looking into a man's perspective, I don't think they really have a clue! So, thought that a discussion on this would be really helpful...So what do you think women really want?
by Sa Toya 8 years ago
So I'm seeing lot of threads about what are you getting for someone expecting, plans etc.Just wondering if I'm the only one pretty happy with ignoring the day altogether...and no it's not because I'm single, I've felt the same when I wasn't.I just never really put much emphasis on it, it seems to...
by Rebecca Graf 8 years ago
What to give a guy on Valentine's day
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