The Moore American

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February 12, 2014

Cherish the moments

MOORE — If you are into the latest fads, then you sure to have order personalized M&Ms for your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day.

First, you select your color from a variety of pastels. The next step is to add an image that will be printed on your M&M. That’s incredible. Imagine giving your sweetheart a picture of you or surprising them with a photo of both of you in color on your very own M&M.

Another option is to use your favorite phrase for the love of your life. You can have their nickname printed on the light pink M&M or your nickname printed on the dark pink. It even allows you to put a secret message on another color.

It’s a pretty cool idea. Wonder why they didn’t come up with this years ago?

If you’re not into M&Ms, another option is to order chocolate-covered strawberries. You can select milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate, yogurt or double-dipped chocolate strawberries — guaranteed to make your special someone smile as they devour the delectable berries.

Surprise your true love by placing Valentine’s Day magnets on their car. Imagine your sweetheart walking out to their car to find 50 bright hearts with messages like “I Love You” written for all to see.

Or if you’re into getting the biggest gift, you might select the five-foot heart with the option of a personalized message. It might be difficult to fit into some of the smaller cars if you have to transport it. Some creative thinking may be necessary.

Flowers are always a crowd pleaser. There’s nothing more special than giving your sweetheart flowers for Valentine’s Day.

If your someone special has a chocolate addiction, then you’ll be sure to stop on your way home and pick up a 10-pound box of chocolate candy. It’s certain to last at least three days even for the avid chocolate lover.

Whether you eat at a fancy restaurant or have a quiet dinner at home, cherish this moment with the one you love and have a happy Valentine’s Day.

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