February: Best Valentine’s Day Ideas

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11 thoughts on “TalegaTalk”

  1. For a fun and social distanced GALentines day – have a zoom call wine night! Dress up (or be comfy and wear pajamas) maybe do a skincare facemask and hang out! (I’ve played games via zoom and it can be fun too!

  2. Bring a bottle of champagne into the backyard at sunset. Lay in your lounge chairs and take turns sharing words of affirmation for your significant other.

  3. Create an at home pizza making experience and fondue for you and your significant other or enjoy with the kids! Or host a picnic in the park at dusk 💕

  4. Order in or cook your favorite foods for dinner. Bake a large heart-shaped cake or chocolate chip cookie with red M&M’s or other valentine themed sprinkles (family activity) for dessert. Bring out a bottle of your favorite red or white wine (red juice for the under 21 crowd) and watch your favorite love story. Everybody has to wear something red or pink.

    This heart-night recipe is good for any age or sex of couple.

  5. For Valentine’s Day we exchange Forever Cards: cards we save for every holiday during the year and we give them to each other again every year with an added written note. I make a nice dinner with champagne for starters, prime filet mignon from Costco, with baked potatoes and asparagus. We have chocolate souffles for dessert around our fire pit with red wine and blankets and cuddle up on our loveseat on the patio. We check out the constellations with the SkyView app on our phone.

  6. I named a star after my husband (international star registry) and I bought him a telescope with the coordinates pre-programed in the telescope, so he could always find it. My twin girls will join in and we will make him a nice steak dinner with a strawberry heart chocolate tart. We eat at sunset and then for the “surprise” as soon as the lights go out! p.s. another “surprise” as soon as the twins go to bed.
    ; ) xoxoxoxoxo

  7. It’s all about desserts! Try Cupid’s Float!
    Add a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream to a drinking cup or mug. We like mason jars!
    Fill the cup with cherry 7up soda.
    Add whip cream and pink and red sprinkles to the top.
    Cut the ends off of 1 strand of red licorice, then place into the cup to use as a straw.

  8. We love hosting a Gal-entines Tea Party for my daughter and her friends! They’re required to wear thier fanciest tea party outfits and I get out all my fancy tea pots and cups, and I collected quite a few living in England for a bit! Heart shaped sandwiches, and strawberries and blueberries arranged in a heart platter make up the meal. The “tea” is actually apple juice. One year soon we’ll probably upgrade to real tea! For the dessert, there’s heart shaped cookie decorating with all the pink and red and white frosting, sprinkles and decorations you can imagine! After they’re fed, the girls usually do a craft. Last year was decorating fancy frilly aprons with patches and and Rick rack and puffy paint. The year before was stretchy heart bead bracelets.
    This year, the whole affair will be outside with social distancing – because when you’re with your Gals, you can pull it off even if it’s a little bit different from prior years!

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