What are you doing for Valentine's Day?

@Rhazelle (356)
Canada
February 2, 2010 2:00am CST
Coincidentally, Chinese New Years starts on Feb 14th this year as well. Anyway, I live in Vancouver, so I get two weeks off from school while the Olympics are happening to slack off and do whatever =D I think my boyfriend's also planning a surprise for me on that day, so I'm kind of excited for that. What are you fine people on mylot doing on that day?
1 response
@sasalove (1710)
• China
2 Feb 10
Hi Rhazelle, I did not notice the Valentine’s Day until this year. In the previous years, my ex boy always applied the routine gift, a bunch of flower only. I did not have any surprise and so does the expectation. But we split up finally. In the upcoming Valentine, it is very special for me as I will spend the date with my fiance and It happened that the Valentine’s Day is his birthday. I am fully of expectation to receive a surprise on that date whatever kind of presents that he will prepare. On another hand, I think I should prepare a special birthday gift for him. Do you have any suggestion for that?
@Rhazelle (356)
• Canada
2 Feb 10
Well I don't know your fiance, but I would suppose all guys want to feel loved and appreciated, much like us women. Maybe cook him a nice breakfast in bed or a relaxing massage would be nice. Usually it's not the material things that matter, but knowing that you love him. I'm thinking of getting my boyfriend something too, but I'm just drawing a blank as to what. I haven't even gotten him a Christmas present yet (yes I know, it's very very late), but I honestly can't think of anything to get him =/ I myself can't cook or anything like that so it puts me at quite a dilemma as to what I could do for him too .
@sasalove (1710)
• China
3 Feb 10
Yes, we just want a present to express our love. For the physical present, I would like to buy him a shaver. When he used it in the morning, he will think of me, but I have told him about my present, he advised that it is okay. You could knit him a scarf or sweater if you have time, I think you boy friend will be moved after he got the gift prepared by yourself.
@Rhazelle (356)
• Canada
3 Feb 10
I knit a scarf for my ex-boyfriend, and now the thought of doing it for another guy kind of... pains me. =/ But yeah, I think I'm going to hand-craft something nice for him :3