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This episode actually began more than a week before Valentine's Day, on February
5, 2010.

I received a new position at work - an amazing accomplishment - and within 30 minutes of the announcement I received a very beautiful bouquet of
flowers. They were so fragrant and diverse. I have to say they were really
beautiful. I was actually surprised that they were sent by The Flower Guy.
Simple card: "Congratulations on your new job."

It's really weird. I met this guy one day and we chatted, but I just did not feel a connection.
Apparently, he did, and has been sending me flowers pretty often since then.
What's weird is that I'm not even a "flower person," although my daughter is, so
when I receive them at work, I bring them home and brighten her day. I
appreciate the fact that The Flower Guy continues to send flowers (for two years
now) because it's one of those constant reminders that I'm not as petty as
people think I am, and if they'd spend just a few moments getting to know me,
they'd get it. . and save a few bucks on flowers. But oh well.

Read what I learned about myself and others on Valentine's Day.

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