If you're running late to a date with your spouse, partner, or boyfriend/girlfriend on Valentine's Day, and a box of drug store chocolate is the only way avoid showing up empty-handed, well, a person's gotta do what a person's gotta do.
However, with a little planning it is possible to bring home something that says, "I love you" on cupid's special day that doesn't involve sugary, waistline busting candy.
Here are 7 suggestions to help make sure that you both want to leave the lights on this year:
- A sweet card, tucked someplace where it's certain to be found, like her underwear drawer. This year, get a card that's blank inside and write something yourself.
- Something naughty. This won't work for everyone. But the rest of you know who you are. Now get to work!
- Jewelry. Always a winner. Guys, if you're not confident, get one of her girlfriends to offer some advice.
- Tickets to a game. Sports-minded couples will dig a night at Verizon or watching their alma mater play ball.
- Make a photo collage of the two of you. You can do this with real photos or cut and paste from your computer.
- A donation to his/her favorite charity.
- If they love music, create a playlist just for them. They can listen to it anytime they want and think of you.
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