How many times have you heard "Happy Valentine's Day" as a greeting today? Today is a happy one for most people. Love is in the air. You look at your sweetheart with a twinkle in your eye.
And if you are lucky, you'll get exactly what you wanted. Whether it's diamonds, chocolates, a teddy bear, a night out, or a weekend getaway.
Even if you don't get what you want, hopefully you'll spend the day with your favorite person. Your special someone. Your husband or wife. Your boyfriend or girlfriend. Your companion, partner, or soulmate. Your lover. Your best friend.
If your special someone isn't with you in body, hopefully you can share a call, or a card. The point is to spend it with someone you love. Your son, your daughter, your brother or sister. Your mother, father, or your family.
It reminds me of the song by Crosby, Stills, and Nash - "Love the One You're With" - sung by Luther Vandross. one of my favorite artists. Here's the video - Sorry, I couldn't help it. ;)
I hope you enjoyed the video. And hopefully you're feeling well enough to enjoy the day, as well. The day to day uncertainty of living with a disease like MS, means you take each day as it comes. And unfortunately, you never know what to expect until you wake up and start your day.
Even if you have to spend your day in bed or on the sofa, please know that your are loved and appreciated. I'm sure your family will let you know how much they love you too. So, again, have a wonderful Valentine's Day, and hopefully, you will get whatever you want. Whether it's chocolates or flowers.
Here is a special bouquet of flowers just for you, from both of us.
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