Everyone knows that Valentine’s Day is couples’ holiday. It’s about finding a boyfriend (or girlfriend) for a day (aka your valentine) or showing your significant other how much you love them. Thus, a problem presents itself: what are single people supposed to do? PARTY!! At least that is what my friends and I did yesterday.
Yesterday (Tuesday), I had the pleasure of joining some other girls on my track team at the Sweetheart Multi-Meet at the Naval Academy, called such because the competitors are all women and the winner of each event as well as anyone in a relay receives roses. It’s a Valentine’s Day tradition, one I greatly respect.
Though I didn’t have a valentine this year, chocolate was here and everywhere for me this Valentine’s Day.
After I was finished class this afternoon, I went to my campus mailbox to find a lovely bar of fair-trade chocolate I had ordered for myself last week. (I also received two Valentine’s Day cards and a [...]
When I was studying in Costa Rica last spring, I learned that Valentine’s Day is in many places viewed as a day to celebrate friendships rather than just romantic relationships. Last year, our host dad bought the three of us who were living in the house cute presents, and my Spanish teacher gave us all [...]
This semester, I’m trying to get involved with organizations that I haven’t been a part of before, since I’ve become less involved with organizations that I’ve been heavily involved in in the past.
Last night, I went to the first meeting of More Love Letters of the semester. It’s a brand new club on campus [...]