If you have been watching television, listening to the radio or surfing the web within the past few weeks, it was probably hard to miss the plethora of commercials from companies trying to sell you jewelry, flowers, candy, or any of the other traditional Valentine’s Day gifts that have become the norm for this holiday. Sure, women (including me) love to receive these types of gifts on Valentine’s Day from our special someone. Sometimes, though, it’s the little things that we will remember years later, long after that dozen of red roses has wilted and dried up.
Maybe, instead of going to a packed restaurant, cook dinner with the one you love and have a romantic, candlelit dinner in together. You could go out to the movies to see the latest romantic comedy, or you could curl up on the couch together and watch some old favorites. The problem is that many of us have lost sight of what Valentine’s Day is really about, and that’s celebrating the love that you have with your significant other, not the things that you buy them or that they buy you. So, this year, try to concentrate more on just enjoying the time that you get to spend with the man or woman you love and stress less about what the perfect gift is to get them, and I guarantee that you will both have a memorable and romantic Valentine’s Day together.
If your home isn’t conducive to having an intimate night by yourselves (i.e. children running around, dogs slobbering in your lap at the dinner table) then come and stay with us and have a private, romantic night that you will never forget. We can set up a romance package in your room with candles lit and rose petals scattered around and also deliver a delicious dinner basket to you so that you both never have to leave the room. We still have some rooms available Sunday, but they are booking quick, so if you would like to make a reservation, call us at 410-486-2405. No matter what you decide to do this Valentine’s Day, I hope you have a special and romantic night with the one you love.