Jennifer Brinley returned home on Valentine’s Day to find her bedroom completely covered in Post-It notes, each with something her husband loves about her written on it.
This is the romance I want.
I didn’t choose to be the other woman, we never choose that.
It’s been three weeks and I already miss the Obamas.
Because there would’ve been nothing better than dusting off your special someone with a sexy feather duster from…Burger King.
One thing is for certain—you’re definitely not the only one alone on Valentine’s Day. Land a date or a lay and enjoy your day.
You’ve got the perfect date for February 14. Who? Didn’t you know? He’s been following you every day, every minute, everywhere. He’s been watching all that you do, smiling at you, appreciating you, waiting on you.
There’s nothing like a gripping sea thriller about humans becoming shark chow to remind you that being single is not the worst thing in the world.
“Words are a lovely try for something more and I wanna give to you more than a love song can give, more than a feeling like this, more than a dim light upon the path you walk.”
Hoping he’ll surprise you and roll out the red carpet when he’s never been a planner before is likely setting yourself up for disappointment.