Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas For Husband
February 11, 2011 by staff
Valentine s Day Gift Ideas For Husband, Valentine’s Day is a holiday that focuses mainly on women. Men tend to the short end of the key when it comes to gifts for that day to celebrate love, and this may be fine for some. However, if the man in your life waiting for a gift for Valentine’s Day, look no further than these five ideas.
When looking for gift ideas for men in your life, cologne is on every list that you meet. But before you go out and buy a bottle, consider the type of relationship you have and how long you’ve been together. A perfume can be special. Todd Okerstrom, director of personal shopping at Bergdorf Goodman, said the Wall Street Journal: “If you know the person likes the scent, I find perfume to be very difficult because it is very personal.”
The old adage that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. With the bacon club month, donation will continue to give throughout the year. Babble blog pointed out that your man could expect a variety of pork including pork and bacon from boar buffalo. The blog also mentioned as one of the most romantic gift of the UN to get.
Askmen.com listed their number one gift for men on Valentine’s Day like a watch. It would be the equivalent of getting woman jewelry. The site also said that if you receive this gift, it could mean that the relationship she wants to move to the next step.
Many people feel under pressure during the holidays in December, what with the entry with the perfect card, trying to buy eight nights of Hanukkah dollars in donations that make your children Kveli but do not make your wallet whimper, and try to make snow in Santa Barbara. Despite what your friends have told you, I tried both version and disco style salsa and I’m sure 99.37% doing a dance of snow does not work.
But the end of the pressure holiday of the year is nothing compared to the Valentine’s Day. This is not what you think … so stop trying to imagine myself in my underwear. Despite the glut of ads for Victoria’s Secret, I do not feel the need to get in touch with my inner prn star this month or surprise my honey with a heart tattoo. No, it’s my inner Martha Stewart has pulled my ear this week.
There was once, long ago, when my husband and I were young and in love and do not know better, we started the tradition of Valentine’s Day to do something for the other.
It all started with a six-pack of wine coolers. I made that first painting on a canvas cardboard box with nail polish and lipstick, I had too many Bartles & James to go out and buy contemporary art supplies.
It would not be this kind of thing wimpy Hallmark holiday for us. Not stupid teddy bears, boxes of candy pink or too expensive for us. No, sir. We would not get sucked into the commercialism of Valentine’s Day like other juices. Whatever I like roses and chocolate. I do not even hate teddy bears. But buying something on the shelf for Valentine’s Day is for people who are not creative. Our gifts would have come straight out of our hands and our hearts.
Over the years I have books and placemats heart stickers, writing poems and plays, Popsicle stick sticks in frames, and shaped pink and red plastic son in boxes. I made candles, soap, ceramics, mosaics, pop-up cards, scrapbooks, and just about everything you can find in the craft aisle. You name it, I did, and I inadvertently ingested gallons of glitter and glue along the path, which cannot be good for my few remaining brain cells.
Happy Valentine’s Day a day early for all you lovers out there – and that includes just about everybody, right? I hope you enjoy the day. Speaking of Valentine’s Day, did you know that the library is a great place for ideas to help enliven the day?
But first, a word (or little) something that takes place today where you can invite your friend and help spread literacy at the same time. At 14 am on East Hastings Lohman, you can play the most popular word game everywhere in the world: Scrabble. It Literacy Volunteers-Do? A county Ana (LVDAC) Second Sunday of each month Scrabble. There is a fee and 3 to play and you get to play at least one, but probably more games. All the money goes to LVDAC to buy school supplies for their adult students. You do not need an expert to play, because it is open to players of all skill levels and competitive. It is a great way to get out and meet new friends, or depending on the intensity you play, enemies. If you bring your love along, you can even earn brownie points by letting him or her to fight.
Valentine’s Day “by Kathy Ross. You can find it in section 745.594 Ros children.
Another idea would be to send your sweetheart a poem or two love. If you’re not a poet, or even if you are, but you feel lazy and Branigan Library has the perfect solution for you: the books of love poems. Jump to http://library.las-cruces.org, click on the link catalog on the toolbar at the top, and then search for. Do a subject search for love poetry. More than 30 choices to rise. There are even books in Spanish.
We even have something to appeal to more readers cynical. An 873.01 Ovi you can find “Ovid on love: Ovid’s Amores” translated by Guy Lee. If the reading of the ear is more your thing, then go to the media section to 871 and Ovi, you will find “Art of Love Ovid classical rules of seduction” translated by Jack Shapiro and read by Martin Jarvis.
It’s just a quick summary of some of the resources Valentine available at the Branigan Library. I have not even mentioned magazines, but I risk that somewhere, in at least one of our more than 400 magazines, you can find some ideas for Valentine’s more exciting for you and that someone one special.
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