How is it already almost Valentine’s Day? It seems like only yesterday that Nick surprised me with dinner and tickets to see The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway last year. Typically we’ve always exchanged gifts on Valentine’s Day, but since we both really enjoyed doing something so meaningful together we’ve decided to continue that tradition again. More to come!
However, there is an exception to this rule and just because we are forgoing gifts doesn’t mean we don’t plan to give one another a Valentine’s Day card. Growing up I was always encouraged to write handwritten notes and thank you cards after receiving a gift. That hasn’t changed as an adult and Nick and I still give each other cards on every special occasion.
With the holiday right around the corner, make sure you visit your local Walgreens for the perfect Hallmark Valentine’s Day cards for your loved ones. Nick and I visited the store together and had the best time being sneaky when picking out our cards. We ended up buying a few so the other wouldn’t know the exact one we each chose!
Clearly we both gravitate towards cards with funny sayings or cute animals. Guess that makes sense since we are both so alike! While a card is only paper there’s so much meaning behind the sentiments inside. I’ve saved special Hallmark cards I’ve received for years just so I can go back and look at them when I’m feeling nostalgic. So much of our communication is done digitally but I think some thoughts are better expressed on paper. Anyone else agree?
How do you plan on celebrating Valentine’s Day this year? Anyone else save Hallmark cards like me?
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