Sunday, February 14, 2016

Some Valentine’s Day Inspiration to Bring Out Your Inner Cupid!

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Kind loving gestures can take all forms to touch a heart.  

Though you may not always say out loud what’s in your heart, today is the perfect time to show that love. Showering your special person with gifts like jewelry, perfumes, roses, chocolate, lingerie or even a simple card to express in words how you feel for you is always welcomed and appreciated. Yet, a loving action speaks volumes even more.  Therefore, be sure to do something thoughtful today for that person, not because it is expected of you like going out for a romantic dinner, but do it because you would be loss without that special someone in your life.

Sometimes, the little things that someone does for us are more remembered than a gift. Get out of your comfort zone, perhaps, and do something together that you don’t usually do because it’s not fun for you–-only do it because is important for your loved one.  

For instance, if you hate sports, you might want to cozy up on the sofa and watch it together and learn to share that passion.  Who knows you could also come to like it?    

Cook a favorite dinner or whip up something special always is a nice gesture.  If she is or he is the one that usually cooks, why not jump in today and surprise her or him by taking over the cooking?  Cookbooks are quite useful, but my recipes are easy with steps to follow for those that have never attempted to cook or bake.  

Something else that is special is cooking that Valentine’s Day dinner together.  Don’t play the I can’t cook card, but take direction and assist whether tossing the salad, setting the table or help in cleaning up.  This is sharing.

There are many other countless gestures that don’t need to cost money that can trigger heartstrings.  I am only giving you a few to inspire your inner Cupid.  Just remember, however that you say that I love you, make it genuine and let it have lasting impact for more than one day but always!

Happy Valentine's Day!

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