Sure, the historic snow storm that teared through the region could be used as an excuse to why you didn't get a superb Valentine's Day gift for your significant other, but, it's a stretch, and why bother going through the hassel?
Head downtown this morning as soon as the stores open and net a perfect, one-of-a-kind gift for your Valentine.
GIFTS FOR HIM
1. SOMETHING TO WARM UP HIS COLD WINTER NIGHTS
Consider a fine sipping liquor for your gentleman. Pioppi's and Luke's Liquors can recommend something great, including old favorites, new finds, and a few distilled locally.
If your man is a sports freak (and so many are), consider something for his man cave. Dick's Sporting Goods has jerseys and memorabilia for the Boston sports fan.
Consider the gift of relaxation and stress relief with a 60-minute gift certificate for a massage. Try Tre Soleil or Elements.
Exceptional Auto Detailing offers car detailing. If you're not sure what your guy would like, a nice gift certificate to an auto store could work, too.
5. THE WAY TO A MANS HEART…
Why cook? Select a complete gourmet dinner at one of Plymouth's many restaurants or if he loves to cook, get a gift certificate for Kohl's where he can buy all the cooking supplies he needs.
GIFTS FOR HER
1. BIG THINGS IN LITTLE PACKAGES
You can't go wrong with jewelry. Check out Tiny Boxes Boutique or Nasr Jewelers for a great gift she will love.
2. DATE NIGHT
Why go out on a cold winter’s night? Instead surprise her with a romantic movie date at Plimoth Cinema. Check out their schedule for upcoming films here.
3. DAY OF RELAXATION
Give her a day of relaxation with a gift certificate to one of Plymouth's many spas and salons.
4. CAN’T FIND THE RIGHT WORDS?
Consider a book of love poems or a classic love story. The folks at the Yankee Book and Art Gallery in Plymouth has a wide selection of literary gifts to tickle her funny bone or play on her heart strings.
5. MUSIC SOOTHES THE SOUL
Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra offers great classical music and a reason to dress up for a night. The Phil's
March concert features music by French composers, and what's more romantic than France?
Above all, remember: it's truly the thought that counts!