Time­less gifts for Fe­bru­ary 14 O

Cape Breton Post - - WEEKEND -

There’s no need to panic. You can show your love for your part­ner without go­ing to a lot of trou­ble, or even to a lot of ex­pense. Some gifts are al­ways ap­pro­pri­ate. Here are 10 clas­sics that have proven them­selves as wor­thy over the years. 1. A bou­quet of her favourite flow­ers. 2. Some good qual­ity choco­lates (re­sist the temp­ta­tion of sam­pling some and en­joy them to­gether !). 3. A piece of jew­ellery that you’ll know

she’ll like and that suits her life­style. 4.The per­fume she loves so much (or give her some sam­ples, then buy her the one she likes best). 5. A ro­man­tic din­ner at home or at a restau­rant, but without the chil­dren. 6. A spe­cial out­ing to­gether to a mu­si­cal,

play, com­edy, dance, or opera. 7. A re­lax­ing day for two at a spa. -Lin­gerie )shop to­gether so she can

choose lin­gerie she feels good in). 9. A bas­ket con­tain­ing ev­ery­thing you need for a lov­ing in­ter­lude to­gether: mas­sage oil, ro­man­tic mu­sic, aphro­disiac foods, and can­dles. 10. A glam­our ses­sion with a pro­fes­sional

photographer. For max­i­mum ef­fect (and ro­mance), feel free to per­son­al­ize your gift by at­tach­ing a heart­felt note. Happy Valen­tine’s Day ! n Valen­tine’s Day, some peo­ple like to sur­prise their loved ones with some­thing to­tally orig­i­nal, such as or­ga­niz­ing a per­son­al­ized trea­sure hunt or com­pos­ing a sweet song. And oth­ers are ready to shell out huge amounts of money to please their sweet­hearts, per­haps on a ro­man­tic trip for two or a piece of de­signer cloth­ing. And then there are those who, year af­ter year, are filled with anx­i­ety about what to give their beloved when Fe­bru­ary 14 rolls around yet again.

There’s no need to go to a lot of trou­ble or ex­pense to please your loved one.

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