Your easy-peasy way to get Valentine’s Day out of the way– or at least the card portion of it.
I got odd stares, too from passerby and with each passing minute, my screen brightness decreased. Soon, my screen was black and I decided to abandon my project until I got back to my room.
Pablo Neruda is one of my favorite poets and since Valentine’s Day (or Galentine’s Day, depending on how you’re feeling) is coming up, I thought I’d share a couple of printable cards for you and your friends. Penguin Classics has a great collection of his love poems in a dual-language format, which I love.
To be honest, I’ve never really liked Spanish class in my six years of taking the class. I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m just not cut out for languages but if there are two things that I am thankful for it’s my ability to read Spanish and the introduction to Spanish literature that the classes gave me.
For those who are curious, the line is from Sonnet XVII. I went to print these out early in the morning on the weekend so I could avoid the long lines and shoot these during the early rays of the morning. I woke up somewhat bizarrely at 7am without an alarm and I did some work for a bit before grabbing a bunch of things somewhat haphazardly.
Also, because I’m a sucker for puns, I made a Valentine’s Day pun card since no one can pass up on a pun (my friends all shake their heads when I say this because I think secretly, they’ve all had enough of my bad jokes). Haters gonna hate, hate, hate because I think puns and corny jokes are just the jam.
This was a really fun project to put together and I hope you enjoyed these cards as much as I enjoyed shooting (and eating it)!
Pablo Neruda card (print full-size on 8.5″x11″ paper)