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valentine3Valentine’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to communicate our love to those individuals who make our lives special. It can, however, be an isolating time for singles. As someone who was single for ten years before I got married the first time and for seventeen years before marrying the second time, I have some experience in this department. This is just a reminder to remember not only your partner this weekend but all the other people in your life you love. A phone call, a hug, an e-mail, take someone you love for a coffee. The simplest gesture can mean so much. To everyone in my life and to everyone who reads my blog, Happy Valentine’s Day. My life wouldn’t be worthwhile without you.♥valentine1

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  1. love reading your blogs, Lynda. Happy Valentines Day!!

    1. Thanks, Joni. I enjoy your Facebook posts too.  Lynda Davis Follow my blog at: http://www.boomerbroadcast.net Social commentary on life from a Boomer Broad’s perspective e-mail: lyndadavis1@yahoo.ca For further insights into the Boomer perspective on business, fashion, mind and body, order my new book, BOOMERBROADcast. It makes a great hostess, birthday or Christmas gift. Click on this link: http://www.lulu.com  or http://www.amazon.com

  2. Being a leap year, I decided to give my husband flowers for Valentine’s Day……role reversal. I remember cutting out valentine day cards from a sheet of cutouts and personally signing each card with the person’s name from me…..the classroom then held about 25-30 kids and your fingers would get sore from the scissor cutting. These personally signed cutouts were to be placed in a decorated heart covered mailbox in our classroom. Our school windows had been decorated with red cupids for this occasion. We were all thrilled to get a card from everyone…..especially that special boy in your class. Everyone was to get a card…..no one was to be left out. I remember the excitement of getting a card and it being signed “love ?” Oh, the mystery of who it came from. It never dawned on me that a matter of deduction would have given me the answer…..it was just the thrill of the mystery as we left school with a handful of Valentine Day cards from our friends.

    Gail from Oakville

    1. I remember those valentine’s day boxes so well too but I don’t think they do them anymore to protect the kids who don’t get many.  Lynda Davis Follow my blog at: http://www.boomerbroadcast.net Social commentary on life from a Boomer Broad’s perspective e-mail: lyndadavis1@yahoo.ca For further insights into the Boomer perspective on business, fashion, mind and body, order my new book, BOOMERBROADcast. It makes a great hostess, birthday or Christmas gift. Click on this link: http://www.lulu.com  or http://www.amazon.com

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