Its that time of the year again where the feeling of being single hits hard. The rest of the year is fine or rather as from February the 15th being single begins to feel normal, but mid January to the 14th of Feb is almost close to hell.
I have had a pending date with a blogger (calm your tits its a girl) and yesterday I decided why not have it on Valentine’s Day. Never been on a romantic date,only received a gift twice that was in high school and 2017 if I remember well but nothing to write home about compared to what I actually want to have. (One day is one day).
Turns out Valentine’s is on a Friday and this date would have to be a day thing.Its not a holiday so will be at work.
I had no idea it was on Friday, I didn’t even bother to check, that’s how detached I am from the day.
A friend also posted on Twitter proposing that we gather around as ladies and buy each other gifts. That’s how bad the pressure is or have we lost that much hope from receiving a gift from a man, even if its anonymous it I’m sure it would be okay.
Sooooo ladies.. vari single lets gather around and pair each other n buy each other gifts for Valentine's.
It can be depressing kushaya gift so are yall game??@lam_missJ_Mimmz@leemadzvamuse @Mornamoxillin
@MemoryMutsaka @Alliance_zw pic.twitter.com/unzoMuqpP5
— Natarcia?? (@natarciatee) January 17, 2020
Well I also found myself commenting on a couple’s retreat in Victoria Falls for the 14th of Feb. You are required to tag your partner and you know what, I tagged my best friend. No homo.
The pressure is on and if you are partnered you are probably supposed to make a big deal out of it.
Whether you choose to celebrate Valentine’s Day or ignore it, remember that expressing love and affection for your partner shouldn’t be limited to one special day. Take the pressure off the day by celebrating your relationship every day.
For my singles you can just ignore, mind your business and its a normal day. Or you could spoil yourself, get a massage, lunch, dinner, drinks whatever rocks your boat !