Monday, February 13, 2017

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day!

Home sweet home! The Dreamer just text me that she has arrived at her home. The message came while I was unpacking my suitcase. Today afternoon, we have returned from vacation. The trip back home was pleasant and everything was on time. Yesterday in Montego Bay, we heard about snow storm that happened in Toronto so we were worried about today's trip.

I had wonderful time. The Iberostar hotel was not in full capacity so it was mostly quiet without line ups at the buffet or crazy run for chair in shade. I did not mind other people I was preoccupied with the Dreamer. We talked about everything, our life, our future... Although I am still not completely convinced that we have the one, on this vacation, I have seen her other side, she was tender and funny, she joked and laughed.

I don't allow myself to fall in love with her. I have come to the conclusion that she very easily could be back to her ex, her kids are a powerful force to make her choose that kind of life. The whole situation makes me very much nervous. Uuuhh love.

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day! I'm really indifferent regarding Valentine's Day, and it's a not big deal to the Dreamer too. Which is a good thing. I do see red candy boxes in the stores, I wonder why they are there. Are they bring a recipe for love, or disaster? It  doesn't come as a surprise that Valentine’s Day is the most popular day for dating. Care to guess what the day following Valentine’s Day is most popular for? That’s right, break-up. The Valentine’s Day brings feelings of “love or lose”. Uuuhh love.

Valentine's Day is terrible day, I mean those who are single and those who aren't. For single people, the day is a disappointing reminder they don't have that "significant one" in their life. So single people can choose to ignore Valentine's Day. However, if you're in a relationship, the last thing you want to do is ignore Valentine's Day. But this is exactly what I am going to do.

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day, so what? I hate the drama about it, the red wrapped chocolate, Cupids are stupid. Okay! It's a big commercialized scheme to buy pink crap. There’s nothing natural about Valentine’s Day. It’s a disgusting display of forced affection. Don’t get me wrong, uuuh love is good and maybe the only thing really worth living for in this shallow world.

That's why I will go to beer night tonight at 9 p.m. and meet my friends. Will grab pizza on the way and enjoy the evening. Tomorrow yoga and back to work...

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