Price tag on love?

Love doesn’t cost a thing, or at least it’s been said in many popular songs over the years. Whether that’s true or not is the topic of today’s discussion, since it’s Feb. 15. Experts predicted Valentine’s Day spending would be roughly $17 billion this year, despite a slow economy.

Flowers, candy, jewelry, etc., there are plenty of gifts that can be given that can be costly. On the 0ther hand, there are plenty of inexpensive thoughtful ways to express emotion on Valentine’s Day, or any other day for that matter.

Let’s find out who “bought” into the holiday and who participated without opening their wallet or purse.  Traditionally it’s men buying for the special woman in their lives… let’s hear from the woman out there. Do you buy for your guy?


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