Krystie’s Version of Valentine’s Day: Dear Molly

Posted: February 5, 2010 by jerkmagblog in SAGE -- editor's picks
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"Real Girls"...Krystie and Molly getting ready to celebrate Valentine's Day in February of 1996.

"Real Girls"...Krystie and Molly getting ready to celebrate Valentine's Day in February of 1996.

I have officially decided to celebrate Valentine’s Day, after much thought and analysis, but I’m doing it up a little differently this year.

You can still celebrate Valentine’s Day in a unique way—honor the love you share with your favorite family member or an old friend. It’s not a requirement that you be in a serious relationship or even in love to take part in this historically sexist holiday.

Instead of writing someone a mushy love note and buying a super cheesy box of chocolates, I want to take some time to write a different kind of love letter—a note to my best friend, Molly. I want to encourage people not to give in to the sucky, Valentine’s Day clichés decided by Hallmark, Hershey’s, and 1800flowers.com–find your own way of embracing love. Here’s mine:

Dear Molly,

Thanks for being such a good friend to me, especially these past few months. I know I can be a pain in the ass, and it usually doesn’t take me long to fill my “quota” set by Sachi (inside joke—don’t hate ‘cause you’re on the outside), but you continue to put up with my crap and always have my back. It also helps that we agree on all things important.

You’ll be in my heart even though we won’t physically be together on February 14th—I’ll eat an extra “chocolate kiss” for ya. I hope you grow a pair and make this Valentine’s Day extra special, if you know what I mean.

You’re the Pauly-D to my Jersey Shore, the Joey to my Chandler, and the Rory to my Loralei.

B sisters fo’ life,

Krystie Lee

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Comments
  1. Kate says:

    If she’s the rory to your lorelai, does that mean you have a kid?

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