The red cellophane hearts are being sold off today like blankets on the side of the road.
Yes, the holiday aftermath. That sad day when a once festive holiday is turned into a ravaged rack of broken cupids, smashed candy and broken conversation hearts, all things pink, and boxes of leftover kiddie Valentines.
Let's make room for the Easter themed junk. I'm just thankful I don't work in a retail setting because shoving the holidays down people's throats would depress me. And how did I spend Valentine's Day?
Had dinner and went to Walmart to get a birthday gift for Karlene's daughter Gwynn. I thought the store would be pretty empty and thankfully it was. I selected a Hokey Pokey Elmo Doll that dances.
Seemed pretty cute for a 2 year old. Her party is on Saturday and since I don't have kids, I'm enjoying playing with my friend's children. Then I can leave.
My dad did call me last night, which was nice and we had a good conversation. I'm not sure if I was alarmed to find out we share some similar political views.
He asked if I was lonely since it was Valentine's Day?
"Not anymore lonely than I was on Tuesday."
I'm lucky that so many people care about me. I appreciate the cards and the well wishes.
Nothing compares to last V-Day, when Becky and I went to Taco Bell.
Now that's romantic.