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February 14th is Valentine's Day, the most divisive holiday of all. Some love it while others hate it. No news there. But I had a thought. What if we transform the couple's celebration of exclusive, romantic love, to a day of inclusivity? Okay. I'm not talking about threesomes, but what if we twist the term,... Continue Reading →
Those without a loved one to share Valentine’s Day have more in common with the tradition of sending cards than those with a significant other. Imprisoned and alone, a nobleman sent the first card. I thought the Victorians began the tradition with their sentimental, flowery, lacy, and cupid adorned cards. I imagined a scene like... Continue Reading →
Happy Valentine's Day! The party is in the house. The tunes are cranked and the doorbell is ringing. It's time for another Use Me and Abuse Me Day! It is time to spread the LOVE! Who knows what tomorrow will bring with super winter storms and asteroid/meteors raining down from the sky. Here's your chance to mingle and... Continue Reading →
She had fantasized about Harold since the 4th grade. After decorating her Valentine mailbox, she anticipated the insertion of his declaration of love. The next day, he popped it inside her box without making any eye contact. Later, Lulu flew through her Valentine messages until she found his love note. "Yours, Harold." She swooned thinking she... Continue Reading →
I remember my worst Valentine’s Day ever in Madison, Wisconsin as cold, damp and wintery. The night before, I decorated my shoe box with construction paper hearts, rick rack, and sequins much like the other girls in my 5th grade class. My mother had bought paper valentines which I signed, picking the best ones for... Continue Reading →