Valentine's Day is not a good holiday for single people. I spent my entire day daydreaming about what I would plan for that special someone today. But then I started thinking...why do couples wait until Valentine's to get romantic and lovey dovey? I'm the kind of girl who would do something mushy and special for my girlfriend WAY more than just once a year...So that's why I think this holiday is just bullshit, just another way for florists and Russell Stover to cash in on roses and cheap half-priced chocolates. Gag.
I mean, if I had a girlfriend, I would try my best to tell her that I love her or that she's beautiful at least once a day. I would of course do something for her on Valentine's Day, but I would be romantic other days too. And I wouldn't buy half-assed gifts like chocolate or flowers. I'd be a bit more classy.
Maybe I'd buy her something funny and quirky, depending on her personality. If it's snowing, I'd like to cuddle beneath the covers on a comfy sofa and watch any movie of her choice, but only after we've played like little kids in the snow. Take her to a restaurant of her choice, no matter how simple or how fancy. Lavish her with jewelry (cool jewelry, not that glitzy, gaudy chocolate diamond stuff). Write her a poem (not a really mushy one though, an awesome one). Lay in bed with her, holding her, telling her how much she means to me. Making passionate, wild love until the early dawn. Fall asleep with her in my arms.
Okay, maybe I am a bit cliched and romantic. Kinda got lost in that daydream a minute there.
The cheerleaders were selling roses today. They walked around classes all day delivering them. I seriously considered having a rose sent anonymously to Brittany. Guess what? I didn't. I came really close though. Now I'm beating myself up over it. Damn.
Wanna know how lame my Valentine's Day always is? My mom and my grandma both are the only people who buy me anything, and they both always ask if they can be my valentine. But that's okay. This holiday has no real significance anyway.