Let me start off by saying,
Women never forget.
With that said, this a relationship post, kinda.
Ok, I had the worst Valentine's day ever, well in my history of Valentine's Day. And I will never forget it, NEVER! I sat in front of my tv, watching Pretty Little Liars, eating ice cream. Not what i had planned at all. "Everyday you could express your love" "Valentine's Day is a Hallmark holiday", blah, blah, blah! I have always and still believe Valentine's day is a special day that comes around around once a year to celebrate us, other than an anniversity. This year, US didn't get to that, I was ditched. I'm not mad anymore but I was, boy was I ever! That day will forever be carved into my memory.
If you have ever had that thought of growing old with her, wrinkles and all, then she is special, and shall be treated as such. Any step out of line, she will know about it and the little secretary in her brain will write down as a reminder for any other time you step out of line again. I find it hard to forgive people, even the ones I love most, I hate to say it, but I honestly think it's my Taurus stubborn nature. Even so, one may forgive but not forget. Opening old wounds hurt, so it's best to leave them alone. We humans are complicated beings, but what's more complicated are the differences between men and women, I have yet to understand it. I don't know how it's natural for a woman to be so passionate and caring, especially when it comes to feelings and men are savages when it comes to tearing down feelings, as if feelings are *pfft, whatever.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that it would nice if men would be more considerate of things such as Valentine's Day, cuz some ladies, like me, hold them dearly to a part of a loving relationship. I could care less about balloons, flowers, and whatever else fills up grocery stores in the month of February, but a romantic or fun date set aside for the sake of love is all I ask for, on Febuary 14th.
Best to treat your lady real good, because she won't let you forget.