When I was young and dating, Valentine's Day was one of the scariest days of the year because I am so bad at making plans and I'm definitely not a romantic Prince Charming. I always worried if the day would live up to the expectations of the girl I was dating at the time - belated sorry to the girls who were disappointed.
Love is in the air...mixed with a small amount of terror as couples try to plan memorable Valentine's Day activities that won't end in disaster. I know being in love can be hard, so why do we make it even harder by having 1 day each year that forces us to try our hardest. Only to realize that often our best isn't good enough.
Valentine's Day - the greatest of all Hallmark Holidays - is just a few days away and if you haven't started planning anything you may already be too late!
Just kidding. There's plenty of time to procrastinate.
Aren't you super excited for Friday!? It's Valentine's Day! Yeah, me neither. It seems like a day to set yourself up for failure. We decided long ago in my house that if we were planning anything for Valentine's to not make it a surprise so there wouldn't be any unnecessary expectations or tears when the expectations weren't met. Do you do something similar or is your Valentine's Day gift a surpri