We stopped trying to have a Valentines Day after the first two years. Year one, James broke a Femur ( I had a day ski tour to a scenic stop for lunch planned). Year two, I had a disco shoulder (He had a snow shoe to a scenic spot for bunch planned).
If we plan a romantic day, one of us ends up medicated with a hospital visit. We just do what we do every day. Who ever is up first, brings the other coffee in bed.
Bah ha ha! WS...that's awesome!
My hubby is wonderful and loves to buy gifts but I keep telling him they are not required.
I think finally he is getting it through his thick skull that when I say "nothing" I mean it. But I did ask for a wheelbarrow for Christmas and he thought I was nuts....tee he..
^^^ I know!!!
Mine has a flat tire and lop sided....I feel for you.
Obviously I have not got a new one yet, hubby thinks its a trick. Plus I wanted a fancy two wheeled one, so yeah, maybe there was a catch....LOL!
I'm not a big valentines person either. I started a project back a few years ago to make little valentines for soldiers overseas/in boot camp and to abused women in womens homes though, and it helped changed my attitude a little. Makes me thankful that I do have people that love me, even if I'm not a fan of the actual valentines day or anything, and I don't day so I have no 'honey' to have a date with or whatever.
This year though, I have a date with the horse chiropractor and a very crabby horse, and if I'm really feeling good about myself, a broken tractor ;) I'll be feeling the love this week!