Hey, everybody!

So I know I totally fail at keeping you guys updated, but of the 41 of you who have me on your watchlist, I think maybe four still come on this site frequently. Still, even if I were to keep you guys updated regularly, I'd just be posting from my blog, BC in BC, verbatim. Check it out if you want to keep up with me; I update it weekly on Sundays.

I come to you seeking advice that I can't ask for in a public place such as my blog; my GIRLFRIEND can see my blog, but she doesn't even know this site exists, never mind my account on here. So, yeah, the first thing you need to know is that I've happily with someone since October 4th. She's pretty awesome. And, believe it or not, it's the same girl I talk about in this friends-only journal from back on August 28th. We decided we'd try the long-distance thing, and it's been working out greatly, thus far. Seeing her over Christmas was so awesome. I can't wait to go back in the Spring and spend a bunch of time with her. smiley0.gif

Anyway, yes. Advice. Personally, I don't really approve of Valentine's Day, but my girlfriend, being a girl, likely does. I haven't asked her because I know if I do, she'll tell me that "it doesn't really matter...", complete with the "...", indicating that it does matter. A lot. And if I were in the same town as her, this would be easy. However, I've never done Valentine's Day from a long distance and all I can really think of is to send her a card. I'd love to do more, but I've got no clue.

So, that's my question for you guys: What should I do for my long-distance girlfriend for Valentine's Day?

Any advice would be appreciated (of course)! smiley0.gif

That's it for me; if you're really itching for more updates on my life (unlikely), feel free to hit me up on Facebook or on my blog.

DFTBA, and of course,

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