Traditional Valentine’s Day Gifts

It is almost time for that special day, where we are supposed to romance each other and bestow beautiful gifts on the ones we love. My husband and I have never really celebrated Valentine’s Day, since we are usually too busy to remember it. I do like the idea of having a day to set aside for romance, however. We are always so engrossed in our daily lives: working, nurturing families, caring for others, remembering all of those nuances that keep us moving and functioning. What about love? What about romance?

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One of my Valentine’s handcrafted cards 

I would love to receive a good, old-fashioned Valentine’s Day treat from my husband. Like a delicious box of chocolates, for example, or a bouquet of flowers. He point blank refuses to be romantic, it is his way of rebelling against society, I think. What about me? What about his wife, and her needs? Well, if he refuses, then I will romance myself. It has to be done! And today I am away with my Mum and my younger sister, indulging in our fondness for crafts at the ICHF Hobbycrafts show in Manchester. That’ll do!

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2 Responses to Traditional Valentine’s Day Gifts

  1. OK, confession; I’m impressed with that card. And, as a fella, I need to tell my fellow men to grow up and get romantic; what’s your problem?!

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