let’s give a little love everyday

instead on given too much on this silly Valentine’s Day!

So here is to all us singles that is going to spend the evening with somebody we really love and adore – yourselves!

Here is an advice to … All of You with a broken heart – waste all the love on yourself.

and of course to you All Young Lovers in all ages – don’t forget to show your love tomorrow morning too and the day after and the day after … the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day… the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day  … the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day … the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day …………………. the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day … the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day …………………. the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day … the next day .. and the next day .. and the next day

“Today is Valentine’s Day.
Or, as men like to call it, Extortion day.”
Jay Leno

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64 thoughts on “let’s give a little love everyday

  1. Lovely message. I like that smilebox. Though neither of us are attached to Valentines Day- I hope you have a nice Thursday that happens to be Feb 14th. Eat some salted almond dark chocolate for me 🙂

    • I love smilebox too – used them for years now, a member … they to great stuff.
      Really like the thought of that salted almond chocolate – if I found any I will buy 2 and eat them both. *smile – you have a great day too, Wendy.

  2. I’ve already had my share of retro-Valentine’s… haven’t made bubbles THAT size with bubble gum in a 100 years, hahaha! HAPPY VALENTINE’s to you and yourself xoxox 🙂 big hug 🙂

    • Thanks … I agree with you. We have to show our love .. everyday … and not go mental for one day a year.
      Will have a couple of truffles tonight after my pea soup. *smile

  3. I totally agree, showing love forever and always not because people tell you to is the way to go.

    I wonder if maybe the reason this holiday exists is so that potential mates discover what type of person they are with.

    My brother is 10 years my junior, and yesterday we went to Target looking for a gift for him to get a girl he has a crush on. I never would have done that, gone out of my way for a crush, she isn’t his girlfriend why get her something? She might not even like him. He used his money wisely and spent exactly what he had set aside for those gifts (about $20) and while he did not believe that the products he was buying were worth the price he was paying, he never once said that SHE wasn’t worth it.

    A coworker of mine (a totally arrogant, narsistic, jack wagon, with a heart of pure stone) informed me that he was not the type of man (this is questionable I see him as a child) that would buy a woman lavish gifts. “Some girls are all about that you know? All about what you buy them and throw fits if you don’t get them roses.” And a thought other than the thought that he has never dated anyone crossed my mind, he is already saying he wouldn’t be willing to spend money on someone he liked, someone he cared for, that she would just have to settle for what he gave her. What if this woman was given no indication that the man she was falling for was a total prick (because he surely wants her to buy him things)… this holiday is a God send in that sense, I would be very upset if the guy I was into was the type that decided that his desires came before mine. Relationships are supposed to be equal, this holiday must be about finding that balance.

    • It’s all because … the commercial pressure – as with your younger brother. I’m sure there is women that will get a fit .. if they don’t get the whole show on Valentine’s Day.
      We. women, are not always easy to understand neither – when we say no .. we mean of course … and when we say of course .. it means we are not really that interested. I feel sorry for the guys sometimes.

      • They are a puzzle too. However yes, we don’t always say what we mean, and we pretend like anyone would know what we were saying.

  4. Love yourself. Best place to start for a healthy relationship. Very simple, and yet underrated advice. So many women are going to feel down on themselves that they are spending Valentine’s Day alone, sitting around waiting for someone to fall in love with them. Perhaps a little self love, is the work that needs to be done before they can meet that person. Great post.

    • Thank you so much … and thanks for your comment!
      You, see I’m old enough to know that if we are not able to love ourselves will we not be able to love someone else neither. I have girlfriends is my ow age that thinks happiness comes through a man
      Once again, thanks for stopping .. *smile

  5. Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you treat yourself to something special!
    Thanks for bringing this post to the party. It is perfect!
    Have fun clicking on links and don’t forget to tell them, “Susie sent me!”

  6. Happy Valentine’s Day, Viveka. Let me share with you a post by another single friend:

    Happy Hearts Day to those who are taken, still-to-be taken, taken for granted, assumed to be taken, needs to be taken, waiting to be taken, almost taken and those who will never be taken. 😉

  7. Great post – totally agree – not my cup of tea…
    My son says: Don’t be sad if you don’t have a Valentine on Valentines day – you didn’t have AIDS on AIDS’ day either
    Have a treat this evening – I certainly will!

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