Valentine’s Day is approaching, and men you don’t want to get caught sneaking out first thing in the morning trying to find flowers and candy because you forgot. Luckily Valley Yellow Pages has you covered, just sit back and let us plan the perfect day for you.
Not everyone is gifted with talents in the culinary arts, but that’s ok, taking them out to a nice breakfast/brunch can be just as impressive as presenting breakfast in bed. No mimosa's for you though, you still have work to do.
After a nice relaxing meal, what better way to show you care than dropping that special someone off at a spa where they can spend the day getting pampered in a way not many of us are equipped to do, make sure they take evening wear to change into, after all you will be going to dinner, but more on that later. This, also give you plenty of time to make sure the rest of the day goes as planned. For starters, nobody wants to come home after a day of pampering to messy house, so take some time and tidy up a bit, or better yet get someone else to do it for you. Bring in a cleaning service for the day, there’s no shame in it. Besides you still have work to do, and it’s the thought that counts, right?
Your significant other is being pampered and your house is being cleaned, you can now take a few minutes to double check your dinner reservation, or make one if you like to live life on the edge and wait until the last minute.
Still have some time before the spa day is over? Nothing says you care more than NOT wearing the same sport jacket you’re worn to every “fancy” event for the last ten years. A new suit and a hair cut shows that you care enough about them to take care in how you present yourself when you’re with them.
Finally it’s time to pick them up and what better way could there be than to have a limousine waiting as they leave the spa. At this point you can now relax, the hard part is over and the perfect day has gone off without a hitch. Sit back pop the cork on a bottle of champagne and present the jewelry you painstakingly pick out…
You DID remember the jewelry, right?