Often, when we think of "giving something special"
to the one we love we think of "buying" something. Of course, there
is nothing wrong with buying something special! But, it's not necessary to do
that to show your love and devotion to that special someone. Rather than “buying”
something special you could “do” something special. I would gladly use your
story, but you haven’t told me yet, so I will use mine.
My big gift to my wife this year, since times are tight, I
detailed her car, cleaned and conditioned her leather seats! She’s thrilled!
So this Valentine’s Day, if times are tight, “DO SOMETHING
SPECIAL” rather then “buying” something special. Happy Valentine’s Day!
I want to accomplish one thing in my life, besides being a great husband, a great father and having a great head of hair! And that one thing is to help people have healthier happier relationships!
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