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2013 FEB InsideLincoln

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 February 2013February 2013
February 2013
 Valentine’s Day is for everyoneValentine’s Day is for everyone
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INSIDE LINCOLN February 2013
 Valentines Day activities for everyone
BY DEBBIE BROWN
INSIDE LINCOLN CORRESPONDENT
Remember what it was like tomake a Valentine for that spe-cial person when we were kids? Whether it was for a class-mate crush, a best friend or aparent, making a Valentine card was a project that could bepainstakingly filled with detail.Selecting just the right colorof construction paper, making sure your favorite crayon wassharp enough to properly con-vey the message and decorating it with very special adornments- maybe even something asextraordinary as colored glitteror lace - was what would makethis the best valentine that any-one had ever seen, at least in your 6-year-old minds eye.Today, the Valentine you give your loved one may not bemade with white glue and awk- wardly cut hearts but you’recertain to find a way to convey  your love for them that willmean just as much. As we’ve all learned, at onetime or another, a gift doesn’thave to be something that isexpensive or that is even tangi-ble. We’ve probably also come tofind out that as we get older, the way we celebrate Valentine’sDay now may be different thanin the past.In the world of retail, Valen-tine’s Day seems to be gearedtoward kids and couples.However, Valentine’s Day should be celebrated by anyone who has, or even had, someonespecial in their life. After speaking with many res-idents about how they celebrateFeb. 14, the theme seemed to bedoing, or making, something that is simple and comes fromthe heart (pardon the pun).For those of you who think that Valentine’s Day romance isleft for the younger generations, you should think again.Eighty-eight-year-old JohnRicketts writes his bride of 63 years a poem on ValentinesDay. According to his grandson,Nick Ricketts, “My grandpabuys the flowers, puts them onthe kitchen table and puts thepoem right in front of the vase.My grandma comes in andreads the poem he writes heralmost every year and he givesher a kiss.”So many parents encouragetheir children to make thevalentines that are passed out atschool. When her girls were younger, Katie Dickson cele-brated the holiday by making homemade cards with them.“We made Shrinky Dink  Valentines and put heart-shaped fun foam in the oven tomake them curl up and beunique. The memories of mak-ing Valentines are so special tome,” Dickson said. “I can’t waitto make them with my grand-children one day.” Although Kathy Gill Harrisonis now married, she was oncethe primary caregiver to herelderly mother.“For me, of course I havememories of my mother; bothof us always dressing in red andhaving our annual photo tak-en,” Harrison said.Now that Harrison is married,she and her husband have aunique tradition.“My husband and I give eachother our fishing license for the year - yup, that is real romanticbut it’s a gift that we both enjoy immensely and have done itsince our first Valentines Day together in 2008 and one that will be carried on for our life-time,” Harrison said. Whether you have a specialsomeone or kids in your life,there are a lot of ways to havefun with Feb. 14.
DEBBIE BROWN • INSIDE LINCOLN CORRESPONDENT
Every year, Kathy Harrison would take her mother for their annual Valentine portrait. It was ayearly tradition, and although her mom has since passed, Harrison fondly looks back on theirspecial celebration knowing that she was able to make this day special for her mom.
“For me, of course Ihave memories ofmy mother; both ofus always dressing inred and having ourannual phototaken.”
Kathy Gill Harrison, recalling herand her mother’s annualValentine’s Day tradition
 
February 2013 INSIDE LINCOLN
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Get a bunch of friendstogether and begin a tra-ditional Valentine’s Day brunch or make yourself feel special by treating  yourself to a spa day.If the way to your valen-tine’s heart is through hisor her stomach, maybe aheart-shaped pizza ormeatloaf should be on themenu.For Joanne Brewer, sheand her husband of 40 years keep the day very simple but still filled withsentiment.“I usually make a spe-cial meal: steak, pierogis. Iget him candy; weexchange cards; Warrenalways gets me flowers.That’s about it but it suitsus,” Brewer said.It seems that most resi-dents I talked to prefer tokeep it simple, yet mean-ingful. Although there is noright or wrong way to cel-ebrate someone you careabout, be that a specialsomeone or yourself.
 VALENTINE’S DAY FOR EVERYONE
SOME IDEAS TO SHOW YOUR LOVED ONES HOW MUCHYOU CARE ABOUT THEM ON THE FEB. 14 HOLIDAYFlowers and cards:
You can’t go wrong with this classicValentine’s Day fare.
Poems or letters:
A sweet and romantic way to tellyour loved ones how you feel.
Something homemade:
Anything that comes from theheart is sure to please that special someone.
Pictures:
Getting photos taken together makes mem-ories that last.
Meals:
The way to the heart is through the stomachso cook up something special on the special day.
Traditions:
Starting any Valentine’s tradition remindsyour loved ones that you’re thinking of them.
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