How to spend your Valentine's Day for good
Day of Hearts a little bit different and memorable at the same time:
- Invite your lover to go to the church with you. It is important, for the married ones, to be in the place where they have been united in marriage. It will serve as a reminder about the wedding vow they have said: "To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, 'till death do us part." As for the unmarried lovers, taking time to spend your Valentine's Day in the place of worship will earn you blessings from the Almighty God.
- Write a poem and recite it in front of your beloved. Your lover may find it corny (or perhaps not), but by doing so you would have done one of the most romantic ways of expressing your feelings. Poets are skilled to win or win back someone's heart through their verses. Because poetry is intended for both the intellect and emotions, the receiver would surely be delighted with you making her or him your subject.
- Bring your special someone to a karaoke bar and have a light drink with her or him. While in the place, sing about those songs you want to dedicate to her or him but, most importantly, your theme songs. Singing doesn't require that you must have a golden voice but as long as you can sing along will be just fine. Some of you probably might disagree about my adding a "light drink" in the menu. Well, a right amount of alcohol infused into our system would keep our guts surging to reveal some of our most innate of characters. Heavy drinking, on the other hand, would ruin it all.
- A candlelight dinner for two in a secluded place is ideal. A quite, comfortable, and laid-back environment is the best place where you can talk to your partner well and share the moment with utmost privacy. Talk about those good things you and your lover have shared together and also of the bad things you have gone through and weathered both.