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Not Your Typical Valentine's Day Post

Okay, so I'm single.  It's really not a big to me at all, because I finally have become content with it and actually enjoy doing all the things I do and how I live my life.  With Valentine's Day coming up, I have already sent my Valentine's care packages to my children in other states.  And I actually have a non-date with a very good friend who appreciates my enjoyment of singleness.


But I didn't always feel this way and in fact, I broke off a relationship this time last year.  Ouch.  So here's what I am doing and what you need to do.


Think back.  Didn't you know a guy who broke everyone's heart and still kept dating?  I did.  In college, as a tender, naïve freshman, I accepted a date with a hunky jock on the football team at college.  It didn't take too long to realize that he was not interested in vivid conversation about books, theater, and current events.  If you know what I mean.


So with my love of conversation and his lack thereof, we parted ways.


Did that keep him from dating someone, like, the next day?  No it did not.  So that's why I'm so excited about a song by an up and coming new artist named Leah Sykes.  She has a song she wrote named "Cupid" that is coming out this Friday, February 12.  This song is the antidote for every guy who has run around breaking hearts.


So, basically, you can exact your revenge on your Restless Romeo for $1.29 or less.  On Friday, go to ITunes, Amazon music, Google music, wherever you buy or listen to music (it's also on Spotify) and get it!  It's a small price to pay for something so very, very sweet. 
This is Leah Sykes!  Buy the first song "Cupid" from her EP beginning Friday!

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