How to celebrate the holiday with or without a significant other
by ELLISE SHAFER, ‘17
If you have a significant other:
RECREATE YOUR FIRST DATE
This may seem cheesy, but it’s a sure way to make your significant other smile. Take them back to the first place you met or your first date as a surprise and relive old memories.
“We’ll probably get takeout food, and have a cozy night of cuddling and movies!” -Seniors Jenny hogan and Clayton Wells
A scavenger hunt is a clever and creative way to lead your sweetheart to their Valentine’s Day present. Set it up carefully, involving your favorite places to go and even your friends.
Take out the money that you would have spent on a significant other and use it to treat yourself. Buy that new gadget you’ve been eyeing, enjoy some fine dining or even update your wardrobe.
“I plan on showing my love for the bros and then going out on the town as a single bachelor searching for a soulmate.” -Junior Nick Karsotos
DON’T BE ALONE
Hang out with other single people instead of moping around. This is the perfect time to indulge in a large pizza or a chick flick (both significantly cheesy) and have some fun while you’re at it.
“I will listen to Drake on repeat and use my tears to water
the flowers that I have no one to give.”
-Senior Ryan Blattner
Image Caption: Seniors Clayton Wells and Jenny Hogan pose for a sweet V-day worthy portrait.
Image Courtesy: Jenny Hogan