Valentines Day, With Family and Friends!
Spend time with your family. You don't have to have a boyfriend or girlfriend to show love.
Hang out with your beloved kids, pets, and/or friends. Plan something really fun to do, like a day at the park, mall, movies, or whatever suits your interests.
Focus on talking to or spending time with sisters, mother or both.
Have a special evening with your children. Go to a nice family style restaurant or take them to a movie. There are a lot of very entertaining Disney movies. Celebrate with them, the people who make your life the blessing that it is. If you do not have children, then ask a single friend of the same sex or opposite sex. You'll have a good time and who knows, maybe you will be helping out a friend who isn't handling it quite as well.
Give a loving gift to your mother or grandmother.
Family is always a great place to lean on during this time. Go spend time with Mom, Dad, or another member who may be having the same issue.
Get together with friends and family. Do activities together such as, singing, cooking, skiing, and playing tennis.
Visit a nursing home, and you will leave with a fresh outlook on life.
If you are single go out and have FUN anyway. And if you are a single parent go out and have FUN with your children. Just enjoy life, you only live once!
Valentine's day is a day of love. I will spend it with my mother.
Give a red rose to that girl you have been looking at for so long, and ask her out for dinner.
Find someone out there who needs love. It could be someone in a nursing home, hospital, or perhaps a widow who needs companionship. Love comes to those who give love.
I will probably be decorating clothes with fake diamonds, felt letters, and shiny decals. Then, I can give each piece of clothing to someone in my family.
Watch a good comedy with family and friends.
Ask one of your female friends out for a date.
I think you should spend it with other single people. Go out and do something fun as a group, that way no one has to worry about being alone on Valentine's day.
I don't celebrate Valentine's Day to begin with. I feel that love (no matter if it is in a couple, family, friends) should be shared all year long, not just on one day. Valentine's Day to me is a made up holiday that forces people to reach an expectation that may not exist, which causes people to be disappointed. I spend the day with friends, and treat it as any other day of the year.
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