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  • Wednesday, February 14, 2007
    Today is February 14th.
    That is all.

    I have never been a Valentine's Day person. I am not a "love on demand" kind of gal.

    Beloved and I have, for 5 (or 6?) years now, celebrated Chinese New Year together at this time of year. Never Valentine's Day (oh, except our first year ... or maybe our second? he made me fillet mignon with an amazing cherry sauce). When we were in CA, we would go into San Francisco for the Chinese New Year festival and parades. Last year, we went to New York City for theirs. This year, however, we can't, because my sister is coming to the east coast, and we're all converging at my parents' house to hug her and her son. I'm really not sure that we would have made it to NY even if my sister wasn't coming. We just had a weekend away.

    Beloved and I talked last night about getting those Chinese New Year money envelopes for the girls, and putting some money it for them - sort of extending our New Year observance to them, and allowing for us to ignore Valentine's Day all around. They received packages from my ex and from their paternal grandmother - the ex sent them Godiva and his mom sent them Reeses.

    So, they're good. We're all good.
    posted by Zuska @ 10:34 AM  
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