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! **