Long-Distance Lovers Won’t Let Space Get In The Way Of Valentine’s Day

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By Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Cupid’s holiday is hardest for couples who are separated by distance.

Valentine’s Day is one day to be close to those you love, so when you’re separated by a train, plane or bus ride, sometimes you have to get creative.

“It was about 800 miles. I was in North Carolina, she was in New Jersey.”

Nick says he is the king of long-distance love, but he doesn’t wait for the long-stem roses and red balloons to hit the stores before he shows affection.

“Because we try to celebrate Valentine’s Day every day.”

Other couples use technology.

“Always do something special, whether it’s a little note to the person, a cute little text…a sexy picture.”

“I’m sure we’ll just skype or something, do more than just talk on the phone.”

And still others do it the old fashioned way, in person.

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