Day 3 of 14 Days of Valentines

3 Feb

Date of the Day: Fill up a bath with hot water and bubbles. If you’re not at that place yet, throw on swimsuits and make an indoor beach party of it. A great way to warm up the winter.

Gift of the Day: A single red rose. Classy and very romantic.

Quote of the Day: If I had a flower for every time I think of you, I could walk forever in my garden.

Claudia Ghandi

Tip of the Day: Hold hands while walking. When your lover least expects it stop, pull them in close and give them a passionate, sensual kiss.

Photo of the Day:

Video of the Day:

Love letter of the Day:

My Darling,
You are the love of my life. There has never been anyone in my life as special as you. I want to hold you, worship you, and make you very happy each and every day.
I just want you to know that I love you even more than the day we first met. I remember the way you made me feel.
I am totally devoted to you. Sinc you have become part of my life. I have become a better person. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I love you.
With all my heart.

Poem of the Day:

Will you be my Valentine?
I know that I am yours.
You are like a tossing sea
And I am like your shores.

You are like an endless wave
And I your waiting sand.
And I will wait forever as
You come and smooth my hand.

I will wait forever, yet
You are a part of me.
I hold you in my arms, while you
Come to me endlessly.

Will you be my Valentine?
I know that I am yours.
I love you with a love that yearns
To be your golden shores.

Valentine’s Day Story:

The most romantic thing I ever did for my boyfriend (now husband) was to create a Valentine that let him know I was thinking of him all day long. I created eight hand made Valentine cards with stickers, lacy doilies, scrapbook materials, and fancy edged scissors, the result was that they were all very cute and very “Valentiney.” I was sure to make each one as different as possible so they weren’t all boring folded in half cards. It took a lot of time, and it showed in the end product.

Then I arranged for one of his co-workers to “mysteriously” put one of the cards on his desk each hour throughout the workday. For the first seven cards I didn’t sign them, so there was an air of mystery about who the cards were coming from. The last card revealed that they were all from me and gave him directions as to where to meet me for dinner that night.

Even though this wasn’t the most elaborate or expensive Valentine’s Day surprises, he really loved it because he knew it had taken me a long time to make the cards and make arrangements for them to be delivered to him. I think that creativity and giving something that you’ve crafted with your own hands are some of the best ways to show your sweetheart that you absolutely love and care for them. My husband still has all the Valentine’s I sent him that day, even though it’s been almost five years now.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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