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Things to do on Valentine’s Day

Photo Illustrated by Brynlee Gilliam
Photo Illustrated by Brynlee Gilliam

2024 is here, and the new year is vulnerable to new opportunities for Valentine’s Day. Some typical activities to do during Valentine’s Day are taking your significant other to dinner, or, for the most part, sit and think what you could be doing on Valentine’s Day. For the new year, students could engage with friends and could go on dinner dates with their companions. Some fun ideas to do are creating Valentines Day themed crafts, making heart cookies, trying out different Valentine’s Day chocolates from the grocery store, and the list could go on. Though most people worry about Valentine’s Day while single, some couples could be stumped on what to do. Some fun ideas are making a playlist together, or making a Spotify blend, going on a picnic (in the house it is too cold), stargazing, Valentine themed Boo Basket or even getting a pet hamster together.

Junior Emily Dean has plans with her boyfriend this Valentine’s Day.

“I’m gonna make him ask me to be his Valentine’s even though we are dating, then he’s gonna get me flowers and write me a note. Then we are going to go to this new restaurant called Theo’s in Plainfield and get dressed up,” Dean said

Junior Addy Keith plans a day to herself this Valentine’s Day.

“I’m going to have a nice good dinner by myself, watch some movies, and enjoy my own company because I don’t need no man,” Keith said.

Junior Keenan Brownlee wants to hang out with his friends this Valentine’s Day.

“If we go out to eat, it’s going to be just McDonald’s, go to Wal-Mart and kick some balls around, then play Fortnite after,” Brownlee said.

The tech guy Austin Sipos plans his day with his son on the 14th.

“I’m going to take my son to do something he likes, most likely urban air. Then we can go out to a nice family dinner, his choice,” Sipos said

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Brynlee Gilliam, Pulse Reporter
Brynlee Gilliam joined the MHS Student Media team in 2023. Besides being on the student media staff, Brynlee enjoys playing guitar and listening to music.
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