Valentine's Day, love, and being single




Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that seems to be commercially geared towards those who celebrate coupleship; leaving some of those who are single to feel left out, depressed, and having thoughts of sticking their head into a gas oven without the pilot lit.

I can’t tell you how many people have said to me this year, “I hate Valentine’s Day because it’s a constant reminder that I’m alone, without someone to love or love me.”

I find this puzzling and utterly sad.

I’ve been single for over 20 years, yet I’ve never once allowed Valentine’s Day to make me feel alone or unloved because I’m not in a relationship with a partner.

Valentine’s Day to me is a celebration of love of all kinds, not just love as it pertains to having a boyfriend or girlfriend, or a husband or wife.

Valentine’s Day is about LOVE. Period.

Perhaps I’m strange, but I always feel love.

The love I share with my family.

The love I share with my friends.

The love I share when a baby smiles at me.

The love I share while witnessing a beautiful sunset.

And the love I share with myself.

I may be single, but I’m not alone or unloved.

On the contrary, I’m blessed with an abundance of love and companionship.

So, if you’re one of those single people who feels left out on Valentine’s Day, I ask that you notice just how much love you have in your life.

And I bet you’re blessed too……



Happy Heart-On Day Everyone!


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60 comments

  1. i totally agree! sometimes it takes much more than an effort to truly see the beauty of everything, to see more perspective than what we assume at first glance or thought. we had all experience being single, or some might even have their partner being outstation during this very day. but that doesn't mean we are unloved or has no mean to love others as much. love is everywhere! i do find myself absolutely blessed to have a partner to celebrate it with, but i too have experience valentine without a partner. what is to be depressed about? it is a mindset that does nothing else but trapping us. there are plenty of other friends, or even family members, to hang out with on this very loving day!

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  2. Greetings Levian~

    I can't thank you enough for sharing your beautiful comment.

    "sometimes it takes much more than an effort to truly see the beauty of everything, to see more perspective than what we assume at first glance or thought."

    Amen!

    "i do find myself absolutely blessed to have a partner to celebrate it with."

    That's wonderful, Levian! And wonderful to realize you ARE blessed.

    Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy your day!

    X

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  3. I love you Ron!

    Happy Valentines Day.

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  4. You're a wisened man. You see much more broadly than others who lament that which they don't have. Which is a very good reminder for me today. Pretty easy to get stuck in that self pitying stuff today. That's something I can't genuinely afford to do at this moment in time.

    I'll try to set a date for a pity party and stick to it. Black accessories and everything! Balloons even, maybe!!!
    Until then.......broaden my perspective!

    (((((((((( Ron )))))))))))

    Happy Valentines, sir.

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  5. Ron, I am always humbled by folks with such a positive attitude like you have. Sometimes I've been made to feel bad for enjoying Valentine's Day. It's always been my favorite holiday, for some weird reason. As a kid, I got a kick out of choosing each cartoon valentine for my classmate and secretly putting it in their paper lunch bag.

    You are so right - it's not a holiday solely for lovers, but for those who love life!

    So, Happy Valentine's Day to you, my newest blogger friend! Thanks for making me smile!

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  6. I love the shirt!!
    and you're so right
    beautifully said as always
    you know you're very wise for someone who is only - what is it? - 24 or is it 29? ;)

    Hope sends big goofy kisses to Uncle Ron

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  7. Nicely said Ron. I think it's good that we have a Hallmark Holiday that celebrates love, but I can't understand why people get so down from the commercialization of Valentine's Day. It all started with St. Valentine who was killed for his faith on February 14 because he refused to worship pagan gods. He fell in love with the daughter of his jailer and would pass notes to her signed, from your Valentine. False Gods, Jail, and Secret Notes - sounds like a romance novel for sure.

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  8. Good Morning Akelamalu~

    Love you too, m'dear!

    (((((( You )))))))

    Thank you for being in my life!

    Have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

    X

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  9. Beautiful post, Ron. My family doesn't celebrate Valentines Day for the simple reason that we don't need to. We love throughout the year not just on one day. And really if that's the case we don't have to prove it on that one day. I had sixteen years alone and married for double that and was very happy in both situations and if hubs doesn't agree with that I'll shout at him until he gives in. You can tell I know how to treat him when he goes into awkward mode....grins. Having said all that I did put a likkle poem on the blog to celebrate. Have a marvellous week.

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  10. Goooood Morning Mel~

    "I'll try to set a date for a pity party and stick to it. Black accessories and everything! Balloons even, maybe!!!

    Until then.......broaden my perspective!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh, you make me laugh, dear lady! I love your wonderful sense of humor.

    Thank you so much for sharing all the love on your blog throughout the year.

    And thank you for being my friend!

    (((((( Mel )))))))

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    X

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  11. Good Morning Bijoux~

    "It's always been my favorite holiday, for some weird reason. As a kid, I got a kick out of choosing each cartoon valentine for my classmate and secretly putting it in their paper lunch bag."

    OMG, how ADORABLE!

    Yes, I remember those cartoon Valentine's Day cards that came in a box with little envelopes! And I still enjoy those heart-shaped Valentine's Day candies that say something (like, Be My Valentine) on each one!

    I too enjoy Valentine's Day!

    Thank you so much for stopping by last week and introducing yourself, it's been a pleasure getting to know you through our blogs.

    Happy Valentine's Day to you, my newest blogger friend!

    Have a wonderful week!

    X

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  12. from one single person to another, Happy Heart-On Day, Ron. You are loved, VERY MUCH.

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  13. Good Morning Lady Dianne~

    Don't you just love the shirt? When I saw it online, I HOWLED!

    "you know you're very wise for someone who is only - what is it? - 24 or is it 29?"

    Yeah, 29 going on 56! Bwhahahahahahahahahhahaha!

    Love ya, dear lady! And thank you for being in my life. It's an honor to know you!

    ((((( Dianne )))))))

    Please tell Hope Uncle Ronnie said thank you for the kisses, and that I send them right back at her.....MWAH, MWAH, MWAH!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    X ya's!

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  14. Good Morning Tracy~

    "I think it's good that we have a Hallmark Holiday that celebrates love, but I can't understand why people get so down from the commercialization of Valentine's Day."

    Me too! I enjoy the festivities of Valentine's Day. I think some people may just place too much emphasis on the "coupleship" associated with the commercialization and forget that Valentine's Day is really about LOVE. All kinds of love; whether single or in a relationship.

    "He fell in love with the daughter of his jailer and would pass notes to her signed, from your Valentine. False Gods, Jail, and Secret Notes - sounds like a romance novel for sure."

    Yup, for sure!

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing on this post. Much enjoyed and appreciated!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    X

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  15. Good Morning Meleah~

    "from one single person to another, Happy Heart-On Day, Ron. You are loved, VERY MUCH."

    And right back at ya, my Libra friend!

    ((((((( Meleah )))))))

    YOU are loved!

    Happy Heart-On Day!

    X

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  16. Gooooood Morning Valerie~

    "My family doesn't celebrate Valentines Day for the simple reason that we don't need to. We love throughout the year not just on one day."

    Very well said, dear lady. Brava!

    "if hubs doesn't agree with that I'll shout at him until he gives in. You can tell I know how to treat him when he goes into awkward mode....grins."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! How HILARIOUS!!!!! You GO, girl!

    Happy Valentine's Day, Valerie! And thank you for being in my life. You're a GEM!

    Have a wonderful week!

    X

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  17. You're absolutely right, Ron. There isn't only one kind of love. Love is a different as the people, things, animals, places, etc. that are in your life. Just because someone doesn't have an SO, doesn't mean they aren't loved or can't give love.

    I ♥ you, bro!

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  18. Good Morning Nitebyrd~

    "Just because someone doesn't have an SO, doesn't mean they aren't loved or can't give love."

    You said it!

    "There isn't only one kind of love. Love is a different as the people, things, animals, places, etc. that are in your life."

    Amen!

    Thank you for being in my life and sharing the abundant love in your heart.

    Love ya too, Sis!

    X

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  19. Thanks, Ron, you lifted me out of my V-Day funk. I saw some anti-valentine day parties advertised online, but I refused to go. You don't celebrate misery, you celebrate love in all its forms.

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  20. What a beautiful post my dear friend. It's evident that you are truly loved and you feel it and share it freely. You are one of those very fortunate people who is secure enough in your own skin that you don't need someone else to complete you. You are very blessed.

    #2 - I LOVE Chicago (the movie) and love that clip.

    #3 - You WOULD have to add that shirt! LOL It reminds me of a saying this friend of mine (years ago when I was single) had. Whenever he'd have on a cologne I liked I'd ask "Mnnn... what is that you have on?" And his reply was "Well, I've got a hard on but I didn't know you could smell it!" You would think I would have learned not to ask him that..... I just know you can appreciate that story!

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  21. Hi Rob~

    "I saw some anti-valentine day parties advertised online, but I refused to go. You don't celebrate misery, you celebrate love in all its forms."

    Good for you! And you're so spot on....

    "You don't celebrate misery, you celebrate love in all it's foms."

    You said, buddy!

    Happy Valentine's Day to you!

    X

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  22. Hiya Peg~

    Thank you for your sweet words, dear friend.

    Yes, I do feel very blessed. I am loved.

    Don't you just LOVE Chicago? I've seen the show onstage, but I honestly enjoyed the movie more. I have a copy of it and will watch it a couple times a year. The dance numbers are FLAWLESS! And I love Rene Zellweger! What a talent!

    Isn't the shirt faaaaaaaaabulous? I saw the photo online and had to nab it for this post.

    "And his reply was "Well, I've got a hard on but I didn't know you could smell it!"

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahahha! OMG, that was HYSTERICAL! How funny!

    Thank you for stopping by, Peg! And thank you for being in my life. Your friendship is cherished.

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    X

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  23. Love the shirt! Love is more important on a daily basis than on one day a year. I used to hate Valentines when I was in high school as it made me feel unloved as I watched all the couples around me...like we knew soooo much about love in high school. Of course, I do like it now, but even so I cherish the little tokens of love throughout each day more than anything done on this day. Happy Valentines Day to you!

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  24. Valentine's (and every day) is about giving not getting.
    I've been single, married, single . . . In primary school when kids exchanged Valentines, I don't remember ever getting one. I felt so sad and alone. But being in the School of Life, I earned that V Day is another day to layer on that love and gratitude all around. Married, single, whatever, how can we be alone with so many people to love?
    So HAPPY HEART DAY to every living being on the planet.

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  25. Ron, this post is so poignant! You know what else those miserable single people don't understand? That more than half of the couples who are celebrating will be putting hexes on each other by this time next year. Also? What about all the people, myself included, who HATE Valentine's Day even though they are part of a couple. There are plenty of couples who hate this day just as much as single people because of all that goddam obligation behind it.

    So my husband and I simply don't do the obligatory thing and I can happily wish everyone else a good one, so...Happy Valentine's Day, sweetie!

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  26. Nicely said, dear one! Even though I do have a wonderful partner, I certainly appreciate all the other love I have to give and receive in my life.
    I felt a little sad yesterday when I noticed on my girlfriend's FB page something about it being no wonder the day is connected to a massacre, 10 reasons why the day sucks, and wishing the weekend were over and wanting to skip right past Monday. I understand where she comes from (separated from her husband and also her one daughter living far away) but at the same time, like you said the day should just be about LOVE itself and I know she is loved by many and has a great big heart so I hope she'll end up enjoying the day somehow.

    p.s. let me know if you will be parading down the streets of Philly in your cool shirt. I'll be over to take pictures of your big heart! ;)
    xoxo

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  27. I never thought I'd say this, but I have a heart-on too. And if you tell anyone I actually said that, I'll totally deny it.

    Happy valentine's day Ron, with love, hugs & kisses xoxo
    -Diane & Cristybella

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  28. it's a fake, commercial holiday to me. i try not to get wrapped up - no pun intended - into the holidays on the calendar. i've researched them all and they're of pagen origin, lies, superstitions..no thank you and don't get me started on the easter bunny. lol

    sorry.
    xo

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  29. Hi SuziCate~

    Isn't the shirt a HOOT?

    "Love is more important on a daily basis than on one day a year."

    I soooooooo agree!

    "I cherish the little tokens of love throughout each day more than anything done on this day."

    Beautifully said, my friend! It's the little tokens of love that mean the most.

    Happy Valentine's Day, Suzi! Thank you for being in my life and all that you share on your wonderful blog. It's so appreciated and enjoyed!

    X

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  30. Greetings Paula~

    So nice to see you!

    "But being in the School of Life, I earned that V Day is another day to layer on that love and gratitude all around. Married, single, whatever, how can we be alone with so many people to love?"

    My sentiments exactly!

    Happy HEART DAY, Paula! Hope you had a wonderful day!

    X

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  31. Hellooooooooooo Margaret~

    "That more than half of the couples who are celebrating will be putting hexes on each other by this time next year."

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahaha! HILARIOUS!!!!!!

    "There are plenty of couples who hate this day just as much as single people because of all that goddam obligation behind it."

    Yes, I so agree because if you could have seen all the customers shopping last minute today who were purchasing things in HURRY just so they would have something to give their partners out of obligation, you would be amazed! So romantic - HA!

    "So my husband and I simply don't do the obligatory thing and I can happily wish everyone else a good one, so...Happy Valentine's Day, sweetie!"

    And a HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY to you, too!

    Thanks so much for stopping by! Always a delight seeing you!

    X

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  32. What a lovely post!

    We don't celebrate Valentines Day in our house. Love is an all year round thing. In fact I don't know many people who do. It's not such a big thing over here.

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  33. Hello Crystal Chick~

    "Even though I do have a wonderful partner, I certainly appreciate all the other love I have to give and receive in my life."

    Yes, I know you do my friend and I think that's AWESOME!

    ".....something about it being no wonder the day is connected to a massacre, 10 reasons why the day sucks, and wishing the weekend were over and wanting to skip right past Monday."

    See what I mean about this holiday? Some people get so depressed about it because they're not in a relationship, when in fact, they ARE in a relationship with so many other people in their lives who share LOVE with them.

    "let me know if you will be parading down the streets of Philly in your cool shirt. I'll be over to take pictures of your big heart!"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Don't ya just love that shirt? Trust me, if I had one I'd WEAR it!

    Thank you so much for stopping by, neighbor. And thank you for being a part of my life and sharing LOVE!

    ((((( M )))))

    HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!!

    X

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  34. Hi Diane~

    " never thought I'd say this, but I have a heart-on too. And if you tell anyone I actually said that, I'll totally deny it."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAAHA! Too funny! And yes, I promise not to tell another living soul...shhhhhhhhhhh.

    Thanks sooooooooo much for stopping by, Diane! I'm so glad we got to meet one another through our blogs this past year. You're a sweetheart!

    Wishing you and Cristybella a HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

    (((( D + C ))))))

    xoxoxoxo

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  35. Hi V~

    No need to say sorry, my friend...it's how you feel.

    I know of other people who feel the same way about the holidays and their commercialism.

    Thanks for stopping by, V! And thank you for being in my life!

    X ya!

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  36. Hiya Babs~

    "We don't celebrate Valentines Day in our house. Love is an all year round thing."

    You are sooooooooooo right....love is an all year round thing! It's everyday!

    I think Valentine's Day is more of an American holiday. And it's soooooooo commercial.

    Thank you for stopping by, dear lady! I'm so glad to have met you this year. You're so delightful!

    Hope you had a super day!

    X

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  37. Outstanding Post Buddy!!

    I hate that people are made to feel left out just because they don’t have a partner so to say, relationships and love touches us in so many ways and by so many people, family and friends are always there and whenever you feel left out just look around at who is actually there..that my friend is love.

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  38. Howdy Jimmy~

    "relationships and love touches us in so many ways and by so many people, family and friends are always there and whenever you feel left out just look around at who is actually there..that my friend is love."

    Right on! You couldn't have expressed it any better, buddy!

    Thank you (and Cindy) for being in my life and sharing the love!

    You guys are the BEST!

    Thanks so much for stopping by!

    Happy Valentine's Day to you and Cindy!

    X

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  39. You are SO wise!

    My mother's been in the hospital for the last 3 weeks and was just transferred to a rehab facility. I went to see her yesterday and took her flowers and a little beagle stuffed animal.

    As I was walking down the maze of halls to her room, I heard patients that I passed in common areas say, "no one brought me flowers today" and it made me so sad. I wanted to stop and hug them all!

    That small gesture of love meant the world to my mother.

    I love you, my friend! Hope you had a great Valentine's Day. :-)

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  40. Good Morning Chrissy~

    I gotta give ya a great BIG hug for sharing that story.....

    (((((((((((((((( Chrissy )))))))))))))))))

    "That small gesture of love meant the world to my mother."

    That's what I mean by LOVE.

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! And thank you for being in my life.

    Hope you had a grrrrrreat Valentine's Day!

    X ya, bunches!

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  41. Ron, I think you sneezed last week when you came to visit my site and weren't quite recovered yet. I woke up at 5AM and couldn't breathe. I am a mouth-breather today & not liking it.

    But I still love you. So pass the kleenex and I'll try not to drool on the keyboard while I'm here and re-infect you. No kisses and your hugs will have to be stale-dated. Happy heart-on day to you my single and loving friend

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  42. Good Moring Katherine~

    "Ron, I think you sneezed last week when you came to visit my site and weren't quite recovered yet. I woke up at 5AM and couldn't breathe."

    OMG, I'm soooooooo sorry to hear that!!

    DRATS! I shouldn't have been blogging last week recovering from the flu. Or I should have a least held my hand over my mouth when I sneezed!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHA!

    Hope you're feeling better, my friend. And listen, don't worry....I used hand sanitizer on my keyboard after I read your comment - HA!

    HAPPY HEART-ON DAY!

    ((((( Katherine )))))))

    X

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  43. i couldn't agree more bestie! such wisdom. I don't know how v-day started to be so depressing for most people. i just take the avenue of making fun of it cus i do feel all that gooshy over the top crap is forced and expected. I don't feel it's usually from the heart.

    it is about love. that's it. and I love Frosted Flakes. i think i'll eat them out of heart-shaped bowl.

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  44. Hey Blunt~

    "i just take the avenue of making fun of it cus i do feel all that gooshy over the top crap is forced and expected. I don't feel it's usually from the heart."

    And you're absolutely right, most of it is over the top crap; forced and expected. I see it all the time being in retail.

    "it is about love. that's it. and I love Frosted Flakes. i think i'll eat them out of heart-shaped bowl."

    You said it, girl! It's about love. And Frosted Flakes....they're grrrrrrrreat!

    Happy Heart-On Day, bestie!

    X

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  45. I hate to break it to you, Ron, but the love you feel when a baby smiles at you is actually love you're feeling when a baby passes gas.

    Six of one, half-dozen of another, right?

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  46. Hey Mark~

    "I hate to break it to you, Ron, but the love you feel when a baby smiles at you is actually love you're feeling when a baby passes gas."

    Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Flawless!

    Hope you had a great Valentine's Day, bud!

    X

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  47. I can't agree more with you. It should be about all the love in your life. Remember when we were kids and you would give everyone in class a valentine? It seems to all get a bit corrupted after we hit first grade. Sending out good wishes to you. You are loved!

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  48. Hey Jen~

    "Remember when we were kids and you would give everyone in class a valentine?"

    Yes, I do! And also a little bag of candy Valentine hearts that had sayings on them!

    Oh....those were the days!

    Thanks for stopping by, my friend! And thank you for being in my life! You are loved!

    It was great talking to you last night!

    X

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  49. Excellent post! You put the right spin and point of view on the subject of Valentine's Day. There are far too many jaded people out there who can't see the forest for the trees, forever complaining about one thing or another. You're right on the money. People need to lighten up and and understand the day for what its meant to be about: love, life, and friendship.

    "What's so funny about peace, love and understanding?" - Elvis Costello

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  50. There is a country up North where Valentine's Day is a Friendship Day!

    You have your heart where it needs to be, dear Ron. You are precious.

    I was vacationing and thought about you, too. Sweet friends all over the world. Hugs!

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  51. Bonjour Susu~

    "There is a country up North where Valentine's Day is a Friendship Day!"

    Hey that's AWESOME! I like that.....Friendship Day, because it's sounds more ALL-INCLUSIVE!

    I've missed you this past week; wondering where you've been. Hope you had a fabulous time on your vacation!

    Thank you for stopping by, beautiful lady. And thank you for being in my life.

    Happy Belated Valentine's Day!

    X

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  52. Morning Herman~

    "People need to lighten up and and understand the day for what its meant to be about: love, life, and friendship."

    Right on, buddy!

    And I LOVE the quote you shared!

    Thanks for stopping by. And thank you for being such a great pal!

    Wishing you, Karin, and Tyler a Happy Valentine's Day!

    X

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  53. I am so with you on this post. There is no way to love Love is the way. When you love yourself and you fill your heart space with love, I mean cram that love in there so there is no space for anything else.
    Then all you have to give is love and when you give love out that is what is returned. I am not talking about romance I am talking about love. The love that makes you feel as if there nothing under your feet as you walk. The love that makes a young child smile or a cat purr. The love that trees provide when they give us shade. The love of the fragrance of the flower. Love is the kiss of a mother on a sore of a child. Love is the time you spend in awe on God's gift. Love is you love is me we are love. For all those who feel unloved I LOVE YOU.

    Wow where the hell did that come from?

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  54. Hi Dave~

    WOW! That was faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaabulous!!!

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    You shared EXACTLY what I meant with this post!

    "I am not talking about romance I am talking about love."

    Much thanks my friend, for stopping by and sharing your wisdom! It's so appreciated!

    Happy Heart-On Day, Dave!

    X

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  55. Couldnt agree more!
    I sent C 2 Valentine cards!! (Dont tell him it was me :)

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  56. Greetings Dear Casdok~

    "I sent C 2 Valentine cards!! (Dont tell him it was me."

    Shhhhhh....I promise not to tell.

    Happy Belated Valentine's Day to both you and C!

    ((((( You + C )))))

    Thank you so much for stopping by!

    X

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  57. great perspective. hope your contagion spreads to all of us.

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  58. Greetings Sana~

    Thank you for stopping by and sharing a comment. Nice to meet you.

    Glad you enjoyed. Please stop by anytime.

    Hope you had a great day!

    X

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  59. Hiya Ron,

    Just stopping by to say hello and see how you are doing... I'm still away and not really doing much blog reading, that's why I haven't been around to leave comments--- I have been trying to post on my CR blog and spend more time on FB.... So, I'll be late in wishing a Happy Valentine's Day!
    I think Valentine's Day should be more for love AND friendship, like in Finland... b/c when I didn't have a Valentine - I ALWAYS did stuff for or with friends. It's fun and cute... I think we need to make it official...
    V-Day Friendship Day!

    Hope to hear from you soon to catch up!
    Hugs,
    Leese

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  60. Bonjour Leesa~

    I LOVE it....V-Day Friensdship Day!!!!!

    Yup, I think we should make is official.

    Hope you had a faaaaaaaabulous one!

    Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy your weekend!

    X

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