What’s that? Don’t have a Valentine?
Valentines Day is for new love and little kids, you say?
Or maybe you’re part of a couple and you’re past all that.
I get it.
It’s winter. It’s cold. You’ve got things to do.
I say all the same things myself.
And then I read this. And it made me think:
Wouldn’t that be a fun twist on Valentine’s Day?
No giant teddy bears. No footie pajamas.
How about this instead:
Each of us. Take one moment. And do something nice. For someone else.
Clear the snow from a neighbor’s walkway.
Buy some sweet treats for your office mates.
Leave a hand-written note of encouragement for your spouse, child or friend.
Let someone ahead of you at the check-out line.
Take a deep breath.
I will if you will.
“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.” -Dalai Lama.
P.S. Please let me know what you did and, most importantly, how’d you feel when you did it?
** Happy Valentines Day, friends! **