Having a happy Valentine’s Day does not require candy, flowers, teddy bears

Spend time with something you love

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photo or infographic by Abel Rogers

“Whether you’re with someone or single, there is always something to look forward to. On February 14, everyone will be experiencing ‘Valentine’s Day – COVID edition’ for the first and hopefully last time. Since everyone has to attend this year’s holiday of love then they should make the best of it.”

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and Cupid is loading his bow for the annual time of love and romance. Semantically the word romance means a feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love. Romance does not require a human to transpire, so true romantic relations can come from simple enjoyment of any enterprise.

Single or taken, in order to get the most from Valentine’s Day, people need to get their minds and hearts right to make this COVID-era Valentine’ Day worthwhile.

During the Valentine season, there are always someone complaining about how lonely they are or how much they hate this holiday, but there’s no need to look at it negatively. Take this chance to go do something that you love and spend time with it. You don’t always have to be in love with someone to have a good time.

All the love birds will be out and about making the best of their day by being with the one they love, so why not spend the day with something you love. Just because you don’t have something big to celebrate Valentine’s Day with doesn’t mean you have to have a bad day. There is always something to do and celebrate. Instead of celebrating someone you are with, celebrate the freedoms you have without someone instead.

Whether you’re with someone or single, there is always something to look forward to. On February 14, everyone will be experiencing “Valentine’s Day – COVID edition” for the first and hopefully last time. Since everyone has to attend this year’s holiday of love then they should make the best of it.