What a cruel valentine!
February 17, 2007 5:48am CST
We all know that Feb 14th is a valentine day,before & on that day you can see people busy buying roses & choc , cards & etc. to make their love once happy & memorable, but in my case I was so down hearted I expect something from my husband either a simple card or a little present just like last year a card & a choc,but it was already 10pm when he came home from their basketball tournament, I thought we'll be going out but I have the wrong expectation we just sleep & nothing happen.I was so hurt.The following morning after I reflected & cried what's wrong with me I sent him acard on the 13th & bought a box of choc to be given on valentine day butI did'nt gave it bec I was upset.What can u say?
2 Feb 08
Hello there, when I reply this post is nearly 1 year ago and another Valentine day is on the way. So hope your husband can remember this time and give you big kisses and something surprise. The past has passed. You must have moved on and forgiven him. So happy Valentine day!
17 Feb 07
i think it is still best that you give that present to him eventhough he did not give you any. giving him the gift will remind him that it was valentine's day the other day and that will tell him that you have prepared such an occassion for him. in other words, that day is special for you and that you want it as a couple to celebrate. you also mentioned that he came home late from a tournament, so you know very well he was tired and was preoccupied with the game and not to mention, sleepy. by the way, it is the thought that counts and real love doesn't ask for any conditions. so, it is better to think that way so as not to hurt yourself much. but again, i think it is best to give him the present, then tell him you bought it for valentine's day and how you felt that day when your expectations wasn't met. openning the communication lines in any relationship always work, don't let it pass undiscussed with him.