I don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day. Not because I am single or don’t have a special someone to celebrate it with. It’s because I don’t believe in this “holiday.” Even if I do have a special someone, I wouldn’t celebrate or go big with it, it’d be just another day. I have no problem with other people celebrating it though, totally cool with it, so enjoy. But let’s face it, a lot of couples do celebrate this day because it has become one of the few, probably handful of, days that they express their love for one another. Do we really need a day (reminder) of expressing love? I do not celebrate Valentine’s Day because I celebrate love every single day of the year. That’s three hundred sixty-five days of love, whether towards a friend, lover, cousin, brother, sister, or your mom and dad. A whole year of love. If I had a girlfriend, a wife, or a special someone, I would make sure that she knows how much I love her not just by words, but also through actions. I might go with big surprises or over the top romantic gestures at times, but I personally like to do the simple little things to knock her off her feet.