I’ve never really cared much for Valentine’s Day as an adult. Didn’t like it when I was single, not when I was dating and not even as a married person. I always thought it was a cheesy, Hallmark Holiday that involved blowing your budget on expensive dinners and drugstore chocolates. Basically, sweating it out, trying to find the perfect gifts for each other.
Even though the excitement about “who will be my Valentine” is over (spoiler alert, it’s my husband), I’ve warmed up again to Valentine’s Day. Yes, it’s still cheesy, but cheesy can still be fun. Cheesy can also be an excuse to remember to pause, to reflect on your relationship, and enjoy each other. Maybe it’s being thankful that you might actually be together this Valentine’s Day this year. Whether Valentine’s Day is cheesy or not to you, it’s a day to let your partner know how much they mean to you.
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