A Cynic’s Guide to Valentine’s Day

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  1. Great blog, love the idea of kissing a dog! lol

  2. Kay BeeBee says:

    Yeah tis a tough day and loving the simplicity of the next day is the 15th 🙂 x

  3. Nicola Radford says:

    This will be my first Valentines without my husband and I shall be spending it with my beautiful daughter and showering her with kisses! Great post x

  4. blogventer says:

    LOVE the last sentence! 🙂

  5. serenityluv1 says:

    Well written! The thing is though we hate it when we are single or in a relationship that doesn’t comes with roses and flowers…it does feels nice to have someone go out there way to express their love for you. I been in every scenario there is…but like Many I am not looking forward to this day as my man is not the romantic type and it will pass me by as I watch all my coworkers ooh and aww over others flowers delivered. I think I will call out that day! LOL

  6. GoddessWife says:

    I have Valentin’s Day and my Anniversary all in the same month. I’m in a happier, stronger place now. I’ll be loving all over my children as I always do, we’ll bake sweets and eat them up.

  7. sarafoley says:

    My thoughts exactly! It reminds me of that Madonna song where she says that satin sheets are very romantic, but who’s in them when you’re not there? I have no idea how that line popped into my head – maybe because the time when I used to listen to Madonna was about the same time that I worried about Valentine’s Day. There is an emotional immaturity about this day that astounds me.

  8. The hardest thing is letting go of expectations. I have found that in most cases where there are expectations, there are disappointments. This was a great post and I can’t wait to go home and smooch the kiddies! let the count down to the 15th begin!!

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