This is not a question. Someone asked what I was doing and what I did to woo my wife for Valentine's Day.
Here is my answer to be copied and pasted.
Not being able to wait, as soon as our alarm went off I dashed over to my secret hiding spot and returned to bed to give my wife, who looks so beautiful when she wakes up--her breath like roses smeared in cinnamon buns--and showered her with presents.
I got my wife a cute shirt from Patagonia (one of her favorite brands) and about a dozen Kinder chocolate candy bars, which are also her favorite. Each of these showed significant effort on my part since the only Patagonia store is in Salt Lake and Kinder products are not sold in the U.S. so she knew I had to exchange my extra kidney on the black market for them.
The rest of the morning and afternoon was dullfully wasted on school and work.
That night we went to our favorite restaurant (where I had to get a reservation a freakin' week in advance) and I made sure that my wife ordered whatever she wanted and subsequently stuffed her with dessert. I told her that her body is so perfect that it makes me feel bad and if she could gain a couple pounds by means of the largest and most wonderful chocolate torte I have ever seen or tasted that it would make me feel better. Her response was along similar lines so I unbuckled my belt and together we engorged ourselves.
Upon returning home we watched some romantic movie she picked out as we let our stomachs settle. After that we "read scriptures"... all night long.
So that was it: thoughtful presents, nice care-free dinner, and scripture reading. A careful observer will note that there were no Johnbythewayesque type moves or tricks or over-the-top flare. I think the trick to treating your wife is consistency, not once or twice-a-year blowouts. My wife hears that she's beatiful, wonderful, and that I love her all the time, not just on Valentine's. I also did not waste time doing the typical guy thing by whining about how Valentine's was invented by Hallmark and is stupid, etc. Fellas, just look at it as a chance to get presents and guaranteed ngiht of scripture reading... all night long.
The reader should also be aware that while we were "care-free" in our dinner approach, we both eat well, work out, and are in exceptional physical state.
As for an update on me, I am doing well and am excited to graduate in April and not so excited but preparing nonetheless for the LSAT in June. I divide my employment between the Writing Center and a Research Assistant for the Philosophy Department. I also have an internship with a local law firm and have 2 essays that have been chosen for publication this semester and therefore require substantial time in revision. In my free time I am training to compete in LotoJa, the annual bike race from Logan, Utah to Jackson Hole, Wyoming... and giving my wife foot massages.
Thanks for the question, it's nice to remembered. However, please do not send any more as I have quit the Board, have little time, and miss the Board writers I loved too much to justify writing more.