Happy Valentine’s Day! Or Happy Galentine’s Day! Woo!
I hope you are enjoying this lovely, arctic air. Today we are breaking record temperatures. For those of you who have gone outside today, you can attest to the fact that it is cold or, as we New Yorkers like to say, it is brick. Today there is a high of 12 degrees! The best part is the low, -4 degrees. Negative degrees? I can just feel the warmth and love beaming out of the Heights.
In all seriousness, for those of you planning on participating in outdoor activities, just don’t.
We can expect light scattered rose petals which have fallen off of the frostbitten roses along Commonwealth Ave. The scattering is expected to stop near the corner of College Road, where by then, the flower would just be a stem. It will feel partly bitter all day from lonesome upperclassmen wondering why they have not found their future BC spouses yet. Also, there will be a strong gust of a chocolate scent lingering above campus. Godiva? Lindt? Ferrero Rocher? Or is it the chocolate covered strawberries? We are not quite sure yet and we will keep you updated.
In all seriousness, I hope you all enjoy your Valentine’s Day! While some of us may not have significant others, we all have relationships with many people: parents, siblings, friends, mentors, floor mates, etc. Don’t just limit your Valentine’s Day to a day of being in love with someone. To those of you who are in relationships, I hope you enjoy each others’ company and day of surprises for each other.
Also, CVS will most likely have chocolate and stuffed animals on sale tomorrow, so…