Since I’m writing about #FPQ, this is my day dream for Valentine’s Day 2021:
I would prefer to be pragmatic and receive ornaments in gold or silver. Even small jewellery items are worth something when accumulated in weight. If I ever had to sell my possessions for cash, I would dig into my stash and cash out for survival.
I have no plans for Valentine’s Day. I pray for resolution to my practical issues.
Fandango, at his blog, fivedotoh.com, has posed these questions about Valentine’s Day. It is a part of his regular blog post about Fandango’s Provocative Question #FPQ issue #108.
How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? Do you consider it to be a special day, one where you express your deep love and appreciation for your significant other? Or is it just a commercialized “Hallmark Holiday” where you feel pressured to spend money on cards, flowers, candy, jewelry, and/or expensive dinners in order to stay on the good side of the one you love? Either way, what, if anything, are your plans for Valentine’s Day this year?
I think February 14 celebrations are over-hyped.