It’s Galentine’s Day!

I like the idea of Galentine’s Day – a day to celebrate the lady friends in your life.  I have been lucky to have a bunch of friends (both blogging friends – YOU! and friends from all different stages in my life) to wish:

Happy Galentines’s Day!

I really love my friends and if you’re like me, you have a bunch of different friends.  The ones you share childhood memories with, the ones that you went to college with, your work friends, the Moms that you became close with when you had little kids, the gal pals that you bonded with through the divorce, the ones that are single now with you…I could go on and on!  But the fact remains that each of us in varying degrees are there for each other at different significant times in our lives.  That’s what friendship is all about!

So don’t feel badly on Valentine’s Day if you don’t have a significant other to share the love with tomorrow.  Celebrate YOU today!  Celebrate friendship!  Celebrate sisterhood!  Tell the people you love how much their friendship means to you!  And receive in kind the same love! Back at ya!

 

 

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11 Responses to It’s Galentine’s Day!

  1. Happy Galentine’s Day to you, too! I was just at Target and saw a large display of “Galentine Day” cards, so it’s a THING! Also HVD to my little soulmate, my one and only Theo-dorable!

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  2. TJ Fox says:

    When I was working years ago, I had a friend that was older than me, had adult kids and was dating a guy yet not a single one ever did squat for her for the holiday. I started a tradition of sending her flowers or some kind of bear (she collected them) every year and after I met Hubby, he took on the task of bringing them to the office for her when he brought me mine. It was so awesome to see how much joy it brought her.

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  3. Happy belated Galentine’s Day, Janie!

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