Where would you taking your significant other on Valentines Day?

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Philippines
February 6, 2009 11:42pm CST
I am thinking of bringing my wife somewhere where we can find a romantic place where we can spend together this 14th of February, its good to note that its Saturday and officially we don't have work for that day. Any plans on the 14th? Where would you be spending with your love one on that day?
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@guybrush (4660)
• Australia
7 Feb 09
No romantic night out for us on V-Day - it's not such a big thing in Australia, though admittedly it does seem to be gaining popularity as the years go by. It'll just be another day ...
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@tryxiness (4548)
• Philippines
20 Jun 09
My friends and I went out to an all single ladies dinner since we did not have any significant other. Well, we had fun that day.
@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
9 Feb 09
Nope no romantic plans at all..none. If my hubby done something I would be surpirsed because he rarely if ever does anything for me for Valentines Day. It is like another day and I will most likely spend it with those here at mylot that won't be doing anything either. Good luck to you though and I am glad you will make it a special day for your loved ones.
@salonga (27830)
• Philippines
9 Feb 09
Our church is holding a couples fellowship on the 13th in my home and I am now preparing a program to make that day meaningful and memorable. On the actual date, Feb. 14 my hubby and I would be having a dinner date in a romantic place we have yet to decide. We always celebrate this day because we believe that we have all the reasons to celebrate love in our life. We've been married for 23 years and now going to 24 by June and we always make it a point to keep the fire burning in our relationship. Most married folks of our age will not mind celebrating valentine's day at all. Most have become too busy and others have seemed to forgot romance in their life due to so many cares. I believe this is not right. A couple should always find time to be romantic and sweet to each other to keep their married life exciting and worth keeping. I am glad you seem to be doing right in your married life.
@walijo2008 (4646)
• United States
8 Feb 09
I'm not sure yet what we're going to do that day, you see the 15th is also our anniversary, so we'll be celebrating all weekend whatever we do. Last year, we went to Branson, Mo. for the weekend, and stayed in a nice place, and shopped around town, but this year we didn't make any plans like that, I think we'll probably just go and have dinner somewhere nice on Sat. evening, and who knows what we'll do on Sunday our anniversary, we might spend a quiet day at home just the two of us, we'll lock ourselves in the house and if anyone comes over we won't answer the door...lol.
@brew2x (3095)
• Philippines
7 Feb 09
I think we will just celebrate Valentine's Day at home. I'm planning to cook something special, something I've never cooked before. We will not go out since we are trying to save our money for our trip to Macau on March.
@ronaldinu (12439)
• Malta
7 Feb 09
I don't know yet. Most probably we would either go o a quiet restaurant or else staying inside watching a romantic movie and eating chocolates.
@Opal26 (17686)
• United States
7 Feb 09
Hi torch! I think that is a lovely idea! The only problem about going out on Valentine's Day here in NY is that just about everyone else is doing that too and every restaurant is usually crowded with people all having the same ideas! So my boyfriend and I will stay home and hopefully order some Chinese food in because that's my favorite! I don't mind the two of us being home. He works late during the week and we don't get to see each other because he's tired and goes right to sleep!
@bjcyrix (6910)
• Philippines
7 Feb 09
Heya, thats a nice way to spend Valentine's day.^_^ I would be spending it with my friends as usual like any other day to say the least but its going to be fun for us cause the campus will be swarming with couples. We always have fun pointing out the obvious couples and the singles on that day, including us of course=D
@riyasam (16570)
• India
7 Feb 09
we do not celebrate much on that day except ,we do exchange roses and cards. but what you are doing is a sweet gesture. happy posting.
• India
7 Feb 09
i have no lover so no problem for me on that day just go n for college as we have college on that day enjoy with my friends and thats it nothing special on that day happy myloting
@glords (2614)
• United States
7 Feb 09
We are going out for fondue. YUMMY! There is never enough time for romance when you are a parent, but the dinner will be nice, and then back to the daily grind. I don't think Valentines day is only about romance though.... its about letting people know you love them, and I feel really blessed to have a hubby and a little boy that I love very much. I can't wait to spoil them rotten this valentines day.