Hating Valentine’s Day

Every year February comes along, and I quietly, okay, sometimes not so quietly dreaded a certain day in the month.  It is a hard day for any single person, especially a single woman in her 30s.  Honestly, I never really had much to celebrate on that day, and it always fills me with a bit of dread and sorrow.  I know there is the love of family and friends to be celebrated on that day, and yes, that is lovely, but never really the same.  I could do the whole single gals gathering and commiserate with other single women, but somehow I don’t want to be one of those women.  It is funny, but I don’t think single men have those kind of gatherings on Valentine’s Day.  Alas, I will let the day come and go this year, as it has many years before, and go on about my business as usual, leaving the hearts and flowers to others 😀


Posted on 01/26/2014, in Life Bits, Love/Dating. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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