Valentine Art, Feb. 1st, 2015

Had a conversation with someone yesterday. Which ended in an argument. Before the argument, we had been discussing Valentine’s Day. I had told him that when I was single, I really didn’t pay Valentine’s Day any mind. I suppose it bothers some more than others. Valentine’s Day only bothers me when I can’t be with the one I truly love. You see, at my age, I don’t want Valentine’s for the sake of having someone. I much rather be with someone who I truly care and love with all my heart.

When you can’t be with the one you truly love…that is more painful than anything.

I created this piece with someone in mind.

To cheer myself up, I decided to post Valentine themed artwork everyday until Feb. 14th. Let’s see where this goes.

The Neil Young song (although I prefer the Saint Etienne version) rings true. Only love can break your heart.

Valentine Day art, completed Feb 1st, 2015. Created by Michele Witchipoo.

Valentine Day art, completed Feb 1st, 2015. Created by Michele Witchipoo.

  1 comment for “Valentine Art, Feb. 1st, 2015

  1. February 12, 2015 at 7:13 PM

    I am not currently married, but have done it before and would try it again. I am too old to have any chance of a 50th wedding anniversary which actually sucks as I did marry early enough to be on track towards achieving that.

    Until I was about 44 or 45 years old Valentine’s Day was usually a big deal. When I do not have a romantic partner I tend to go in two ways. In elementary school we were allowed to give the whole class valentines. In fact, it was encouraged and no one was accused of being a slut or a Casanova. What happens to me, is that I usually will get my mother and my son or both of them a present, and if I have a romantic partner I hope that person (or those people in special years) will get me something and I try to give a card or a flower. Now and then there have been years of more romantic partners. Aside from all that normal not sexual, emotional love attachment,….as a grown woman I hoped for at least a good kiss. The first Valentines Days without even a smooch have been tough, especially since I still want stuff like that and am only middle aged not yet elderly. I think when I am really old I may go back to just wanting my hand held and will have switched out my mother for maybe grand children or my son’s spouse and child.

    Anyway, that’s just me.

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