A couple of Valentine games under her/his coffee will draw your love into the spirit of the day on 14th February.
You can also hide these games in your picnic basket any time of the year to add to the element of surprise on your passionate picnic!
There are so many different games to choose from that I am sure you will find something suitable, whether it is for your hot-blooded lover, the partner you are still crazy about after all these years, or even the child you adore more than life itself!
All these games come from a site run by a friend of mine, so I know you will get good service and be happy with what you purchase.
And they are all available to print out now for very little expense. So be prepared - get printing and have a few of these up your sleeve when you need them.
Valentine's Day doesn't have to be saccharine-filled day, accented with soft lighting, bubbles and diamonds.
It can simply be a sincere, personalized, expression of your love. So set aside the glitter and get inspired by love and laughter.
Like many holidays, the significance of this day of love changes as you get older. However, in contrast with how the wonder and anticipation of Christmas shifts with age, Valentine's Day, in some ways, becomes more important as our relationship with our loved ones deepen.
It's no longer about how many cartoon valentines we receive, it's no longer about how many conversation hearts we crunch between our teeth. It's about showing our spouses, our partners, our children and even our parents, how much we love them.
Showing appreciation for loved
ones doesn't have to involve spending hundreds of dollars on some shiny
bauble. Expression is more about the thought than the gift. Choose a game or two and have fun!