What are you getting your sweetie for valentines Day?

@lpetges (3037)
United States
February 1, 2007 11:26am CST
i'm trying to think of something good. i need ideas.. keep it clean please!
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5 responses
@mikaghi (389)
• United States
1 Feb 07
i will take my husband to dinner and movie..i think it will be great to spend some time alone, far away from stress of daily life.
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@lpetges (3037)
• United States
2 Feb 07
that sounds really nice!
@jbrowsin66 (1322)
• United States
2 Feb 07
If your sweetie is a woman: perfume, flowers, chocolate, jewelry, dinner out. If it's a man: I have no clue. I'll have to see what responses you get to get some good ideas!
• United States
1 Feb 07
How about a surprise overnight getaway???
• India
12 Feb 07
i am giving gold bracelet . in my opinion its good. i dont know about you .
@Bee1955 (3887)
• United States
3 Feb 07
I'm makig gift baskets for my family, friends and coworkers. Here's a sample: Valentine Bark Any assortment of Valentine's candy can be used in this recipe with great results - message hearts, cream filled chocolate hearts and small cinnamon hearts. 1 pound white chocolate, semisweet chocolate, or milk chocolate 2 cups assorted Valentine's Day candy Line a large jellyroll pan with parchment or wax paper and set aside. Melt the chocolate in a large heavy saucepan over very low heat or in a microwave, stirring frequently until the chocolate is smooth and melted. Spread the melted chocolate evenly on the prepared pan. Sprinkle the candy evenly over the chocolate and press the candy into the chocolate to make sure it will not fall out later. Set aside the chocolate to cool. Once the chocolate has set, break into small pieces. Store the bark in a tightly sealed container at room temperature or in the refrigerator. Wrap the candy in plastic wrap or brightly colored cellophane and tie into small bundles with bright ribbon for gift giving. Add a special tag or Valentine to each little bundle. Makes about 1 1/2 pounds candy.