a gift for valentine's day! - Ellen Dolgen

a gift for valentine’s day!

On Valentine’s Day we generally think of all the people we love and try to figure out how to celebrate that love. Are you on the top of your own Valentine’s Day list?

Many shmirshkies get really creative! We come up with all kinds of elaborate ways to “dress” the shmirshky. It is our own special private Valentine’s card. In the prehistoric days, when the bush was just groomed and not lasered, we had lots of material to dye, hang hearts on or shape into a valentine. The waxing salons were busy shaping and raking. Some shmirshkies attempted to do their own valentines grooming with a razor. It was cute for that night, but then those shmirshkies had to stay home for awhile as you would see them out inappropriately scratching and itching. Today, for many, the bush is obsolete—- I suggest a red bow and some double stick tape.

Regardless, the best gift to yourself and those that love you is to make sure you are a healthy shmirshky! That’s a wrap!

Share:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Get The Latest Updates

Subscribe To MENOPAUSE MONDAYS® HOT News Flash

No spam, notifications only about new products, updates.

Social Media

Categories

On Key

Related Posts

A Sexual Health Conversation With Dr. James Simon

Most of us have had no sexual health education. Sadly, the internet is flooded with distorted ideas about sex.The doctor is in! Meet Dr. James Simon. He is an expert in sexual health, midlife issues and so much more!

What is the U.S. Policy on Menopause in the Workplace?

According to the National Institute of Aging, “More than 1 million women in the United States experience menopause each year.” Many women deal with perimenopause for 2-10 years before menopause. There are over 30+ symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. (Download my free Menopause Mondays Symptoms Chart.) These symptoms can start as early as 35 years

New Year Wishes

I hope that in 2023 a bright light will shine on menopause and women’s health needs and that women everywhere will be able to get the help and support they need and deserve.

Scroll to Top