Monday, February 13, 2012

Always say "I Love You"

As we all know, Valentine’s Day is the day to say “I love you” to the people in your life who mean the most to you. Every year, my partner Ryan and I exchange cards and gifts on V-Day. I also send a valentine to both my mom and niece.

But what I hope everyone remembers is that Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be the ONLY day to say “I love you.” It shouldn’t be said once a year… once a month… or even once a week... It should be said every single day. I say “I love you” to Ryan, my mother and my niece every time I see or speak to them. It’s a simple phrase, yet too meaningful not to say aloud.

Another wonderful habit to get into is to kiss your significant other every day—if not more often. I have a sign in my bedroom that reads “Always Kiss Me Goodnight,” which is a nice complement to always saying “I love you.”

The chocolate and flowers are great, but Valentine’s Day is only the icing on the cake!

From David, With Love

6 comments:

  1. Goodnight Stars... Goodnight moon...! Love opens doors to the soul! Thanks for posting! Love to all!

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  2. David,

    This truly is beautiful. Even though my husband and I are living 1500 miles away we talk, text and skype everyday. We always say "I love you" and always give a kiss goodbye. 14 years married, 5 kids, and 1500 miles our love is still strong.

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  3. David,
    You are the best man in the world. You are a girls dream... Well my dream ;). You always know what to say and at the right time. im so in love. xoxoxo - Errie M STL, MO

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  4. Hi David,
    Look past the surface appeal of things and look for the true beauty in kindness and love.

    I always go by what is inside the wrapper than what is on the outside. the true beauty of a person is on the inside; love, kindness, honesty, etc.

    Take care and blessings

    (((xoxo)))
    Sharon

    http://brd-myfamily.blogspot.com/ (my blog)

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    2. re-submitted, but revised

      I only say I love you to my daughter, 3 grand children and she says it to my 2 great grand babies.

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