This whole Valentine’s Day thing sucks. I hate it, and I’m married. (Don’t hold the married part against me, please. I’m still cool.. until the baby comes. Ha!) So I can imagine what it feels like to be single and actually care about this occasion. Most of you don’t give two craps about Valentine’s Day and I applaud you. It’s an occasion where people in love talk about how in love they are and single people who might be lonely feel worse. Thanks, universe.
The team at Allied Signs sent me an infographic to share, and I thought it was appropriate because you SHOULD love yourself. You should be comfortable with your skin. You should be comfortable just being by yourself. Romantic love isn’t the only kind of love out there. I hope y’all know your friends (and some family) love you. (I’m not a big fan of all my family members, so there.)
While I’m married and joined at the hip with The Wife, I found these bits to be fun and stuff that I can do, too. (See? I’m still cool. *cries for help*)
And good lord, on Valentine’s Day, 11,000 children will be conceived on that day. *channeling Chandler Bing* Can you BE more stereotypical? 6MM people expect or plan a marriage proposal on V-day. Really? Come on.
I ask you, do better.
For the rest of you, I’m not doing anything on Valentine’s Day. The Wife is working long hours. I’ll be sitting on the couch watching the Olympics. It could be another round of burping and farting for this mom-to-be. Luckily I’m not experiencing preggo constipation. You’re welcome. (See, it could be worse, you could be me.)
With that, Happy Valentine’s Day week!
Disclosure: The team at Allied Signs sent this infographic to me. I thought it was useful so I’m sharing it. That’s it.