buy provigil from mexico One of my favorite things about February is that flowers are everywhere. And about February 15 they all go on sale. People usually equate sending flowers as a romantic gesture or something you do when someone is sick. These are pretty specific + (hopefully) rare instances.
Recently, I have noticed a new trend of sending flowers that I think we should all jump on: sending them to friends #GirlPowerFlowers. I think this is a beautiful sentiment. When a friend has a birthday, gets a promotion, or just had a bad day, sending them a floral arrangement can make their day. I know it would make mine.
Who says you should only receive flowers from a partner? There is nothing distinctly romantic about them. They’re pretty, they smell amazing, and they add a pop of color to any room. They’ll also make your friend feel special + appreciated. So why not make their day by sending them something beautiful with a sweet note?
Flowers may not last as long as a photo or bracelet, but they are a great way to show you care + to add a little extra beauty to your friends’ lives. Flowers are especially great for long distance friendship (of which I have many) when you can’t be there for special occasions. They don’t have to be fancy or expensive, just a reminder that you care.
I’ll be taking my own advice + sending flowers to a friend very soon. I hope you’ll do the same. And fellas, don’t be shy sending your lady arrangements more often, she’ll definitely appreciate it. You can grab a basic bouquet at your local grocery store for around $5.
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