Lots of good thinking going on out there about Valentine’s Day, being single and, well… sex. Take a look.
True Woman blog posts some thoughts by Carolyn McCulley on other ways to spend a Valentine’s Day than maybe feeling sorry for oneself.
The frank and insightful Susan Isaacs discusses how single Christians can express sexuality without shutting down over at Recycle Your Faith.
A little story from Danny Franks about the magic of Valentine’s Day, God’s love, and… a nose flute.
And at the other end of the spectrum, Erika Napoletano provides Five Easy Ways to Avoid V-Day [Failure] (or The Modern Guy’s Guide to Not [Screwing]-Up a Hallmark Holiday). A hilarious post, but if you’re sensitive to language, take a pass. You’ve been warned.
And I leave you with the immortal words of Peanuts’ Lucy Van Pelt: “All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt!”