Valentines Day (another one)

Here comes another obligatory Valentines Day post. Let’s make it a short one hey since I have to go out and do the whole “Valentines’ Day” date thing.

Saint Valentine’s Day, also known as Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine. A holiday observed on February 14th each year. It is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a  public holiday in most of them.

I personally have never been a big fan of the day, I have never actually had a good one.

The last ex, we weren’t really dating at the time of Valentines Day. One before him, he started off good, then after work he forgot to come back and I found out that he had cheated on me on the same day too. The one before him we broke up on the last Valentines Day we were together and the year before that his friends ate my present and he never replaced it, I also had to spend all night with them too. The boyfriend before that lived overseas, so we were never together for the day any-ways.

So pretty much, as long as my teacher doesn’t cheat on me, or eat my present, he doesn’t really have a lot that he has to worry about to be honest, and we’ve had a good laugh about it. As he has also had nothing but disasters.

When I’ve been single on Valentine’s Day I have gotten together with either my Mum or a few single girlfriends (or friends) and gone out to dinner and movies ourselves and that was just as lovely, I have once felt alone on a Valentines Day.

Whatever you end up doing, or don’t end up tonight, don’t worry about it. It’s just another day and lets be honest, if you need one day to have romance in your life with your partner, man that would just suck! Romance should be all of the time (well maybe not ALL the time, but hopefully more than once a year!).

Valentines

 

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4 thoughts on “Valentines Day (another one)

  1. I hope this year goes better for you! I remember all those V’day’s as a single woman. It’s so stressful! My least favorite holiday when I was single was New Year’s Eve. I’m not a huge partier, and I often didn’t have anything super exciting to do, so I always felt this tremendous pressure to make my night “bigger” in some way. I hate that! Just try to stay happy, and have a good day!

      1. Yes, that’s exactly why I don’t like New Year’s! Though now that I’m married with kids, it’s easier to just stay home. Can’t very well take the kids to some all night drink fest! I guess they’re my excuse. 😉

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