“Will you be mi… *BLECH* Ewwwww!”
I admit that the older I get, the less interested I am in Valentine’s Day. Oh wait.. before I forget and become lost in my thoughts…
Happy Valentine’s Day
Ok, where was I? oh yeah..
Back in my 20’s and even my late 30’s, I got into Valentine’s Day. Those I loved got something clever, special, home made or a nice surprise. It was cool and felt good. Today, it’s not a day I look forward to. It’s not that I’m not loving anymore, but the novelty of the day has worn off. Almost too commercial if you ask me.
Original work found over at Ape, Not Monkey
Maybe it’s that we are faced with trying to do something we would normally not do for one day a year that has me burnt out on the day. Candy, cards, flowers, dinner… it’s all a build up that leads to higher expectations the other 365 days (remember, this is a leap year and leap month). And once you set the bar too high, it only means you fail when you don’t reach it on a consistent level.
So this year, it’s just a card for my wife. Because what I write inside, I mean and it’s something I can do often without looking up and trying to reach that high point I never set for myself.