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Valentine’s Day is Sunday and like a lot of guys I procrastinated. I haven’t gotten my girlfriend a gift yet, but I thought of something that would be good for BOTH of us.
We live together, and I was thinking of getting a fire pit. We have a little patio where it would fit perfectly, and sitting around the fire is kind of a romantic thing to do when the weather gets a little warmer around here.
Do you think it’s lame of me to get a valentine’s Day present that’s for BOTH of us and not just for her?
I haven’t bought it yet…but I would like to.
Jay in East Falmouth
I actually think the Fire Pit is a pretty good idea. That is, if you know that is something she would like.
If it is…then do it…BUT I would also throw in a bouquet of flowers and maybe a nice romantic dinner if you can swing it.
If the weather on The Cape was going to be a little warmer this weekend…you could sit around the fire enjoying a romantic dessert together but you may have to save that for the spring!
Enjoy your Valentine’s Day!
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