Valentine’s Day Reflection
Valentine’s Day is not a hard day for me as a single adult. It may not be marketed to me, but I’m all for a day celebrating love. Post your sappy and sweet posts. Buy the flowers/candy/cards. You see, it can look different for me and still be appreciated for what it means to others.
The Super Bowl halftime show might not have been your thing, but I’m all for creativity and musical expression. A whole generation was transported back to the glory days of high school, losing themselves in the music and the moment. It may not be your glory days, but you can understand and celebrate the nostalgia music brings. You see, it can look different for you and still be appreciated for what it means to others.
No holiday includes all. No half time show speaks to all. Not everything is meant for you or for me. When we let go of that expectation, things can look different for us and still be appreciated for what they mean to others.
Romans 12:15, The Message
“Laugh with your happy friends when they’re happy; share tears when they’re down.”