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Valentines Day Ideas
(for Ages 22-24)

Plan a weekend trip somewhere close, even if it's only an hour or two away. Call ahead to the hotel and have your dinner waiting in the room, along with flowers and dessert.

Finger paint portraits of each other or find a picture to copy. Wear grubby clothes or provide a smock to protect your clothes. After you clean up, feed each other fresh fruit. Even better, some chocolate covered strawberries.

Take your honey on a carriage ride around town. If it's cold, bring a blanket and some hot chocolate. Bring a camera and ask your driver to take a picture.

Fix a lunch with only Pink/Red for Valentine's Day, green foods (natural or dyed) for St. Patrick's Day (or or Orange/Brown for fall, or white for winter, etc.).

Take a picnic lunch and go to a lake to feed the ducks.

Attend a concert in a smaller, more intimate setting. You can watch a show by a performer who has been around for a long time. They have staying power primarily because they are entertaining.

Stay home and cook your favorite meal together for a quiet dinner at home.

If the weather is unpleasant, set up a picnic in the living room. Plan an elegant meal, complete with good plates, fine linens, silverware, and a nice blanket. Add candles and music to enhance the mood. Don't be afraid to try a new recipe.

Make a sign out of butcher paper with your original valentine message. Display it on his/her front lawn.

Go to the local all-in-one store such as Wal-Mart or Meijer. Each go down a different aisle of the card section. Pick out the most romantic card that you can find. Give the cards to each other, and put them back on the shelf. Then pick the funniest, unusual, colorful, corny, etc.

First plan a scavenger hunt. Write clues on note cards telling him/her where to go. Place the clues in the places around the community. Have a friend or relative give him/her the first clue. The final clue leads your date to a restaurant (be waiting at the table with flowers).

Create a trail of candy from her door step, to her car, and have balloons tied to her car door handle, and antennae. Also tie balloons up in random places that she'll see on her way to work.

Make a sweetheart tree for your girl. Use popcorn and gum drops.

Organize a candlelight breakfast. Either buy the ingredients of your partner's favorite breakfast or order take out from a local restaurant.

Build a fire, snuggle up, and read a good book or perhaps romantic poetry together. Make up some hot chocolate or spiced cider to enhance the evening.

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