I am a proud single girl. It's pretty nice to have no expectations for a day of "romance." Not to mention, I can pretty much count on still getting some chocolate from my parents. Because at least THEY love me!
No, I'm kidding. I never cry about Valentine's Day. It's really not worth it. I do appreciate getting candy from my parents though. Because I love candy. So much.
Some people like to call Valentine's Day "Singles' Awareness Day" or other things like that, but I'm fine with calling it Valentine's Day, even though I don't have a Valentine per say. I'm not depressed about being single. I know there's someone out there for me. And, I know that whoever and wherever you are, as Michael Bublé would say..."I just haven't met you yet."
|But uh...could he be my Valentine? Pretty please with sugar on top?|
Also, image from here.
Today at work I got to spread the love by drawing little pink hearts on a whole slew of cups. That was fun. One customer even told me it looked really nice. That made me happy. Plus, as a nice Valentine's Day perk, I took home $12 in tips. Score!
So to everyone who has a special someone to share Valentine's Day (and every other day) with, happiest of Valentine's Days to you. I hope your day is full of candy and cards and flowers and dinners and romantic goodness. And to those of you who, like me, are single on a day all about love, Happy Valentine's Day to you too! Because I like spreading love around. It gives me warm fuzzies. And warm fuzzies are happy things.
Now, please enjoy a homemade, lopsided Valentine from me to you.