Lucky you, it IS about the former, not the latter...
I was actually scheduled to work at the tax office until 9pm on Valentine's Day until I got to work on Monday and my boss realized that he had totally C-Blocked my first Valetine's Day with my new hubby. He let me trade my shift for Thursday night instead. Given the situation, hubs and I had no V-Day plans and decided to pretty much keep it that way. We haven't really done anything for birthdays, anniversaries, or Valentine's day in the past few years because of finances, so we probably wouldn't have really planned anything anyway.
Yesterday afternoon hubs texted me from work and I said, "When are you going to come and take me to lunch?" Something we rarely ever do because he leaves one job around 1 or 2pm and heads to the next one. Turns out he didn't have to work at the afternoon one yesterday, so he was able to come pick me up for an impromptu lunch date. We went to Chicago Fire and shared salad and pizza. Basically we stuffed ourselves silly.
With as much as I have been working and as little as we have seen each other in the last few months, this was the most perfect Valentine's Day I could have asked for. I don't need cards and flowers and jewelry to have a good Valentine's Day. I'm not saying I would refuse them either, just so we are clear.
Single or in a relationship, what did YOU do for Valentine's Day?