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Most memorable Valentine


February 14, 2013

Paij Jones, 19, of Roswell, said the most memorable Valentine’s Day was when she thought her boyfriend was out of town, and he surprised her with a teddy bear, candy and a card. TERESA CHOE.
M.J. Labelle, 51, of Alpharetta, said every year is a memorable Valentine’s Day with her husband. Her daughter, Madison, 17, said in seventh-grade, four of her male friends surprised her with stuffed animals because she was sad she didn’t have a Valentine. TERESA CHOE.
Mike Willis, 40, of Johns Creek, said one of the most romantic things he’s done is set up an indoor camping trip with his wife. A tent was set up in their bedroom, flower petals were placed everywhere and to make it a camping trip, there was a sleeping bag. TERESA CHOE.
Staci Gibbs, 35, of Cumming, remembers 13 years ago when she went to Cheesecake Factory with her boyfriend. Three hours later and several drinks from the bar while they waited, they got a seat; but she had to be carried in because by then she was intoxicated. Later, she passed out on the booth.TERESA CHOE.
Lizzie To, 18, of Johns Creek, had a dinner date with her boyfriend. "We went to the movies, and he got me $20 roses," To said.TERESA CHOE.
Jay Salazar, 21, of Alpharetta, thinks this year is going to be his most memorable Valentine’s Day. "I’ve liked this girl for three years," Salazar said. "There’s going to be candles and flowers." TERESA CHOE.
Amy Marsh, 29, of Powder Springs, said when her husband surprised her in college with origami flowers all over her bed was definitely the most memorable.TERESA CHOE.
David Akin, 32, of Dacula, said two years ago, he and his wife spent their first Valentine’s Day together. They had a romantic dinner.TERESA CHOE.
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