Happy Valentine’s Day! This a day that society has set aside for love, and let’s face it, most women are happy on today. While boyfriends and husbands
race around shopping for the perfect gift or something that expresses how they feel about them, their woman waits in anticipation. Some women are expecting this will be the day that their beau will propose to them, and they are already imagining the type of ring they will receive. While other women only want a nice candle lit dinner, flowers, and perhaps a movie. Still other women just want a nice quiet evening with their respective other. These are the group of women who are blissfully happy.
However, there is another group of women who aren’t in a relationship and are depressed on this day as they hear about the love that’s being bestowed upon their female friends and family members. While they’re outwardly excited for them, inwardly they are unhappy and wonder when will be their turn for love. Some women even question what’s wrong with them because they feel unwanted and unloved.
While Valentine’s Day is a great time to show love for those we care about, we should celebrate it every single day of the year. Love on those that you care about by calling or texting or spending time or whatever your love language is. Oftentimes, it’s the small things that mean the most, but are frequently missed.
For those of you who don’t have anyone on this day, love the one you’re with — you. If you like flowers, it’s okay to buy your own; put them in a vase on your table to admire. Watch that chic flick that you’ve been dying to see while laughing or crying or both. If you like jewelry, who says you can’t purchase your own? You can even get together with your single girlfriends and enjoy each other’s company.
Yes, it’s great to have someone shower you with love today. However, learn to love the one you’re with…you.
I’m updating my post because after reading today’s blog, one of my male readers made a great point. He said women aren’t the only one’s with feelings. Guess what? He’s correct. We often forget that men feel the way we do because they are often made to squash or hide whatever sensitive emotion they’re experiencing. However, I beg to differ. Honestly, I don’t there is anything more appealing than a man who can share his true emotions. Now, I know some of you women may disagree because that’s what we’ve been taught to believe.
So to all of my male readers that may find yourselves alone today, don’t feel lonely. Do something for you. Go out and purchase that bottle of cologne you’ve been eyeing. Grab a box of Chinese food or whatever you have a taste for. Go home and check out that action packed flick that you’ve been too busy to watch. Whatever you do, enjoy your day!
Always remember, #WeAllGotItGoinOn
P.S.: This is how I decorated my table for the month of February.
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