In the previous years, my main strategy was to sit at home so as to avoid merry couples walking in the streets and concentrate on my homework in order to distract myself. Now I’ve reflected upon it, it’s no wonder why I used to hate Valentine’s Day.
The cherry on top of my Valentine’s Day routinr was the extensive research focusing on my ex’s and other cute people’s I’ve dated online profiles (aka. stalking on facebook) to ensure that my love life was the only one spiralling downwards. As a result, I ended up feeling miserable and lonely. And no amount of cream ‘n’ cookies ice-cream can mend this – trust me, I’ve tried. 🙂
This year I’m setting myself free to take pleasure in everything considered materialistic, superficial, pink and ridiculously romantic. Being in London definitely adds to the celebrative mood!
PS: Or as a friend noted, I have a pretty good reason to want to celebrate; the last year has seen many successes in the bloodstained field of love, flirt and relationships.
PS2: Facebook anyone? Tweet me maybe?
3 thoughts on “The One About Valentine’s Day”
Yay! you're writing again! 🙂
Such a lovely post. especially the Valentine's Card: it's what I need 😀
In London for Valentine's Day? seems like a Valentine's Present in itself. Do it like Carrie Bradshaw: have dates with the city and be amazed by the places where life takes you 🙂
Hope you have a lovely Valentine's Day!
Hahaha, indeed! Valentine's Day felt like the perfect excuse to start writing again! I think the most Valentine-like thing I did on that day was sampling M&Ms that had "I Love You" written all over them! 😀 Hope you had fun, too!
PS: Your quoting Carrie Bradshaw was toootally unexpectable, if you ask me!