>Valentine’s Day was Exceptional Because I Shared it With an Exceptional Person

>I don’t know about you but my Valentine’s Day was amazing, incredible, and exceptional because of who I spent it with…and how he made me feel…like a Princess!

Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be a stressful moment, just a day that you spoil the person you love a little more than you already do. If you give them a teeny tiny bit of you then I understand the stress of having to do something- you’re not used to giving much of yourself on a regular basis. If you already do a lot to express your love and appreciation for someone else, then Valentine’s Day should be a piece of cake.

The way I see it do something you wouldn’t normally do. Ladies treat your man to something special that he would like to do or something he would normally do…like tickets to a sporting event, or take his car in for servicing. Fellas go beyond the flowers and candy, and try something like bringing her breakfast in bed…it would really be special if in addition to buying and prepping it, that you cooked the meal. Just a thought!

My night was amazing. Candlelight dinner, mouth-dropping gifts that I didn’t expect (but I appreciate more than he knows), followed by incredible performances by Brownstone and the legendary Howard Hewett.

Even with all of those amazing surprises and moments, the best and fondest moment was just spending it with an amazing person. That is what Valentine’s Day means to me!


Copyright 2011. Natasha L. Foreman. All Rights Reserved.

>Quote of the Day 10.18.10


There comes a point in your life when you realize:

Who matters,

Who never did,

Who won’t anymore…

And who always will.

So don’t worry about people from your past,

There’s a reason why they didn’t make it to your future!

I love this quote/poem. I have read it numerous times, and remind myself of the context when faced with making decisions about my past, present, and future. This has oftentimes been quoted with “author unknown”; and although my research pointed me in the direction of Adam Lindsay Gordon, I was unable to track down this quote/poem in order to give him due credit. If you have proof that Gordon or someone else penned this poignant message, please provide me a source to reference. Thank you.


Copyright 2010. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved.