Valentine's Day is so commercial. What is a better way to honor those that you love?
I don't need a dozen roses to prove you lobe me. One is just fine. My favorite candy is less than $2.00 at the grocery store. If you must spend money help me to work with one of the charities I support. I just don't understand why we place so much emphasis on getting expensive useless gifts. Many of the people who spend the most money are the most insincere. What do you think would be a better gift?
I can understand giving to your charity is something you prefer, but sometimes charity beings at home. I myself love giving gifts. There are so many ways to express love and not just on Valentines Day. Making someone dinner, or just a simple hug... just being there for someone when they need you most.
Love letters. Love letters are /the best/ way to express your love for your partner. I have three hubs on the subject of writing love letters, one for Valentine's Day, one for men and one for women. This is a fantastic way to express your love and appreciation to your sweetheart.
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
Should one not wait for valentine's day to express his/her love ,but celebrate their love everyday?
by mdlawyer 7 years ago
How would you best express your love to your spouse - through actions, words, or silence?
by CrisKat 7 years ago
What do you think of Valentine's Day?
by Goody5 5 years ago
Do you think Valentine's day is a commercial holiday being pushed by the greeting card companies?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Have you received any love letter from other Hubber or your reader on Hubpages? Today I received one from a woman Hubber who is very active on Hubapages. I do not understand how to deal with it, as I hate love letters. Please share your experience and guide me.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
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