Heart's Day still4:59 PM
Feb 14, 5:00 am. I woke up early to eat at the cafeteria. I went to my locker and found a folded paper in the handle of the door. I took the paper and checked what was written inside.
"Good morning Dimple! Happy Valentine's! <3"Because I was still dizzy and thought that it was just a simple and common greeting for that day, I ignored it and continued my usual day. After morning classes, I didn't went back to the dormitory at lunch cause I still had to finish something in the library so I just went home (the dormitory) late. It was past 6:00 in the evening. I entered the room amazed with the fragrance. The room smelt flowers - Stargazers and Roses. Of course, the kilig factor and teases were there for my roommates not knowing that in my bed, I also found three white roses. I already had someone in mind and I was right. It was him, the one who sent the morning greeting. The same paper was there except the "Good morning" was teared and a "Good afternoon" has been replaced. I laughed when I saw the same paper and even thought to myself, "He should have written the message to another paper." I felt so mean. Haha.
Anyway, as to what I have mentioned in my previous blog, I was glad to receive the roses.
And later that evening, my another roommate came with this paper bag in her hand. Of course, I still thought it was hers cause she went on a date, perhaps inside were gifts or whatsoever. When suddenly she shrieked and handed me the paper bag. I looked at her shocked, with a big question mark in my face. ????? HAHA.
"What's this Ate?"
"Take a look and thank me ha! Because of me you have that."I peeked inside the bag and found CHOCOLATES! As in many.
Another letter was there. And this time it's already in a stationary paper. I read it and he told me that he wished he had made me happy that day - a letter in the morning, roses in the afternoon, and chocolates in the evening.
Now I feel that I am really getting old. I only see this kind of things back when I was in elementary and high school. But I was really glad, of course. Who wouldn't? It was really nice of him to do those efforts.