Every year around February 14th
Men and Women
stumpedas they try to dream up ways to make that
someone feel... well, special.
With commercials constantly reminding us of jewelry and department store's shiny treasures and gadgets, financial worries can easily overwhelm our thoughts. In reality, all we want to feel is that we're worth someone spending their
to think about us- not their
In preparation for this Valentine's Day, we asked a few people around the Price Law Group office about their favorite gifts over the years.
Below is a list of ideas from those responses to surprise your Valentine - without surprising your wallet.
"I send a card to my husband, a few days before, to be delivered that day. It's nice for him to get a surprise at work."
"One year, my siblings and I cut out hundreds of paper hearts. On Valentine's Day morning, we taped them to our parent's cars and gave them a "Heart Attack". My dad drove his to work with the hearts still aatached and a smile on his face."
Feed their Soul:
"Last Valentine's Day my Husband woke up extra early and made me Breakfast in Bed. It was the best present to start off my day."
"One year, I set up a romantic dinner over candlelight on my girlfriend's porch. She walked up as I was lighting the candles and almost cried."
"I told my boyfriend to leave his lunch period open one time and surprised him with a picnic basket packed with a romantic lunch"
Show off your creative side:
"My Husband surprised me with a CD a few years ago. It had pictures from our wedding, on our honeymoon, of our children and our family. He set it to play with our favorite songs."
"This year I'm planning on making a scavenger hunt for my girlfriend. I have different clues, hidden in balloons all over the house. She'll have to chase down her present."
"I know everyone says that cards are silly. But- 5 years ago, I got a card from a guy I was dating with a long love letter he wrote just for me. It is the best present I've ever gotten. I still have it."