It’s always fun to have this day shared with someone that you admire so much, or so they say. But I wonder: Is that all that you can do—have a date, grab a pizza somewhere, hug each other and smooch him/her in the end? In my point of view, that’s not all that you can do in this season.
I don’t have a date, a date with the opposite gender that is. In fact, I plan to have my day in Mahayag, Bunawan. I’ll be spending my day under the scorching heat of the sun. I’ll toil and let my hands bleed. Did I make it sound so desperate and bitter? Hahaha! In approximately 15 hours from now, I will be there. :) I’m a bit excited. Know why? I’ll be building one of the coolest things I have ever made—house. This is my current project for the year 2010. But it’s quite hard since I have to actually do the digging. /no
This project is by “Gawad Kalinga, 1 Milyong Bayani” (Give Care, 1 Million Heroes—I translated it word per word :P) And because of this, I bought some sun block, and an arm warmer. I’m on the third week :) Hope I’ll last till our assigned house is done. It’s pretty tiring and some of my classmates won’t go because of the heat and the fact that we’ll be doing like what the carpenters are doing. We’re still on the flooring of the house. :(
Some of my friends really give importance to this day and desperately seeking for a date when they can spend their little time and effort to events that needs them. Valentine’s day isn’t just about having someone to go with on a dinner. It’s about sharing the love God gave us. It’s about making others feel loved as well. But I’m not against the people who have plans to go out tomorrow :P
Now, for the fun part, my girl friends and I are planning to have a dinner date tomorrow night. I turned someone else’ invitation down since I believe that I should spend the night with my most beloved friends, just a dinner and some fun :x
I hope you have a wonderful day tomorrow as well. Happy Valentine’s Day! :D