Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Just TELL her!
This Saturday is Valentine's Day; the barometer in every romantic relationship. With a little imagination and determination one man can alter his image, his status, even his future. There are plenty of businesses more than willing to suggest, guide and assist him in presenting his beloved with the most romantic day in her entire life. You can't even find an ordinary greeting card. Today successful enterprises utilize the talents of world-class poets, writers and artists to create cards that are large, heavy, battery powered and quite expensive. Beautiful flowers can be sent to her home or office, hand grown in the gardens of a foreign country. Gourmet Candies indicate the depth of your devotion. Stuffed animals play music ranging from classical to rock. Don't forget to add balloons. You can send these gifts to her through a courier who will recite your poem or sing your song while dressed as her favorite character. Paint your message on a rented billboard or have an airplane trail a streamer across the sky for the entire world to read. Light up her name on an electronic score board. Take out a newspaper ad. Have a local TV or radio personality tell her on the air. Create a Web Page. Give her perfume, lingerie, jewelry, candles, or a certificate to pamper her at the spa... Movies, theater, dancing, great restaurants, fire works, weekend getaways! Take out a second mortgage; fly her to Paris for a midnight picnic under the Eiffel Tower while Celine Dion sings "your song" as you toast each other with the finest champagne money can buy. Even better ...have the entire moment videotaped. Rent out a local theater when you get back home and invite all of her family, friends and coworkers to watch it. Serve chocolate covered strawberries while the guests listen to you propose on bended knee. Never pass up the opportunity to impress her girlfriends, so give her with the biggest diamond you can afford. But what ever you do this Saturday, after you've told the world how much you love her, don't forget to tell ... her.