If you are looking for just the right words to sweep your Valentine off their feet, maybe these will give you inspiration:
- “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then, doesn’t hurt.” Charles M. Schulz
- “A kiss makes the heart young again and wipes out the years.” Rupert Brooke
- “We are most alive when we’re in love.” John Updike
- “How did it happen that their lips came together? How does it happen that birds sing, that snow melts, that the rose unfolds, that the dawn whitens behind the stark shapes of trees on the quivering summit of the hill? A kiss, and all was said.” Victor Hugo
- “You are always new, the last of your kisses was ever the sweetest.” John Keats
- “The hours I spend with you I look upon as sort of a perfumed garden, a dim twilight, and a fountain singing to it. You and you alone make me feel that I am alive. Other men it is said have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough.” George Edward Moore
I found these quotes at BrainyQuote.com. To find more inspiration, check them out for additional quotes.
Wishing everyone a loving Valentine’s Day!
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!
Not sure what to do today? Check out my list of 26 Things to Do On Valentine’s Day:
- Go for a walk holding hands.
- Go for a bike ride together.
- Share an ice cream sundae.
- Take silly photos of each other.
- Give each other a back massage.
- Take a bubble bath together.
- Make dinner together.
- Snuggle up to a scary movie.
- Do a puzzle together.
- Watch a Jason Bourne movie marathon together.
- Put fresh, new red silk sheets on your bed.
- Go to a shelter and adopt a pet.
- Volunteer at a soup kitchen together.
- Visit a nursing home, giving all female residents a flower and the males candy.
- Take a walk on the beach.
- Ride a roller-coaster together.
- Throw a party.
- Play strip poker together.
- Dance together, even if there is no music.
- Soak in a pool filled with coffee. Click Tea Verses Coffee to read about it.
- Take a nap together.
- Sip some wine together.
- Take a leisurely drive together.
- Share a pizza together.
- Clean out the garage… well, it’s a thought. And it may need it 🙂
Gee,did you notice the reoccurring theme of ‘togetherness’ in this list? As long as you spend the day together, it can be a great Valentine’s Day.
Can you add to my 26 things? Tell me in a comment.
Take a lesson from my son, the “poor college student.” He doesn’t have a lot of spare money after paying insurance on his cars (one drive-able and one project car) and on his phone, but he wanted to make Valentines Day special for his girlfriend (also a poor college student). So, he came up with the idea to make her some origami flowers (he’s an art student, can you tell?). Then he would pick up a movie DVD and take her out for a late lunch (which is less expensive than dinner).
Romance should not be all about money. You can plan very romantic dates with more thought than money. Take advantage of your talents when thinking of gifts and cards. Many women will appreciate more, a gift that the man spent time creating over stopping at the local convenience store to pick up a random card and box of candy. Try to personalize the gift by thinking of what that special someone likes (favorite flower, favorite color, hobbies, etc) and you are sure to win them over.
If your special someone is only concerned with the cost of your gifts and date plans, then maybe you should find a new special someone. Life is too short 🙂
Anyone want to share their inexpensive “personalized” gifts? Would love to hear them.
In the mean time, Happy Valentines Day everyone!