Saturday, January 30, 2010


Everyday is Heart’s Day for me, but some people believe in celebrating it in a special day they call Valentine’s Day. These holidays actually are man-made. It is probably there to serve as reminder to people that there are more important things than living life earning to live it. I wonder why they needed to be reminded of it in a certain day within a year when I am reminded of it every prayer time (which is more than once in a day); more so during Church time.

Being in a society practicing the said Heart’s Day, let me then take this opportunity share with you what I think will be the best advice on how to give your love to your ones to show them, through giving, how much you value them; or for you will be the Top Valentine's Gifts for 2010.

As always, I put myself in the position of the receiver. Will he be like me and prefer to spend the budget on a day or an evening together than on a thing? Or will she feel loved with a lasting token of that love? Probably something that she need, like boots for the winter? Or something that she can show off to her friends such as Tiffany jewelries ladies go gaga about? Chocolates to make her fall in love more with you?

If you were to ask me, there’s no better day to give love than today…when you are sure that she’s still there with you!


moonchild117 said...

Anything can be the best Valentine gift, as long as it comes from the heart.

Visited you, sis. :) Advanced Happy Valentine's Day!

Risma Hutabarat said...

I'm not a big fan of Valentine, either, Jen. But, I wonder why you must post the same articles twice :)

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The girl with the flour in her hair said...

Not a fan of Valentine's Day. There's always so much build up. It's just a commercial holiday and it definitely gets annoying.

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