When my daughter asked me a few days ago, Mom, since Valentine's Day falls on the 14th and payday, doesn't come the next day does it means we don't celebrate Valentine's Day?
I was kind of surprised when she asked me that question, make sense in a way that she was being realistic and practical. I laughed for a bit and explained to her that Valentine's Day can be celebrated in the simplest way and does not require to wait for payday.
I guess that is how kids perceive Valentines nowadays.
As I elaborate to her the sense of celebrating Valentine's Day as a kid can understand it, I am confident that she understood it very well. A part of her question made me think again.
Valentine's day is a day of LOVE, whatever kind or type of love that someone can give to others. To all the women out there, here is a simple question for you.
What do women want on Valentines Day?
Here is a simple survey consist of eight questions that can help you choose and make Valentine's day a simple and memorable one. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/88CSBNL. The survey is provided to us by RattanDirect.
After answering the survey I know now what I want. :)