I loved you yesterday, and I'll love you tomorrow, too.
Happy Valentine's Day everyone! For at least the one minute that's left of it anyway.
I'm not a big fan of Valentine's Day. Saying I love you to someone on Valentine's Day is the the equivalent of saying Merry Christmas on Christmas. It's just kind of expected and doesn't really carry much weight or sincerity. I'd much rather have someone do something sweet and caring on any other day of the year because it means so much more when it's not required by society.
Of course, who doesn't love to be told how awesome they are and how much they're loved? It's a nice excuse for those people who rarely say it to one another, but that's not really a problem for me. When I love someone they get told that I love them every 10 seconds. It's so often that it's almost to the point where it seems insincere even though it's not. I just think that if you love someone, you should let them know as often as possible, not just on holidays, birthdays and anniversaries.
After all, knowing that someone loves you, cares about you, and supports you makes getting through the day a lot easier, right?