♥ ♥ ♥ Steve Maraboli
You are blessed with a technologically-advanced environment, where you can get in touch with each other―from any corner of the world―within seconds. With Wi-Fi, internet, mobile phones, messenger apps, and the like, all you need is a bit of planning and creativity to share the specialness of this day with each other.
Well, as you might have gauged, technology has made it so easy for two people to stay close to each other. Though it is not the same as it is when one is physically present, at least you get to see the person through a camera, hear their soothing voice, and make each other feel that if not the body, love, gifts, cards, flowers, chocolates, and baked sweets can travel any distance. Have a great Valentine's Day!
PS: If you're using a cell phone, ensure that its battery is charged, and also that you don't run out on the talktime.
How to go about it: Light some candles and decorate your place with flowers. Ask your lover to do the same at his/her end as well. Wear your best cocktail dress, perhaps your lover's favorite one.
Through video chat, not only can you eat together, but perhaps even cook together. And if you like Indian cuisine while your valentine loves Chinese, you needn't worry about this difference in preferences.
How to go about it: Just ring the doorbell at midnight, or in the morning and surprise your beloved. Imagine the look on his/her face when you smile and hug him/her tightly to make him/her believe that it's for real.