Has your other half ever done something really romantic for you or have you done something romantic for them?
For some inspiration here are some lovely gestures that have happened to some of the Chronicle staff:
Whenever Sean Ehlen makes sandwiches for wife Sallie's lunch he always leaves her a lovely note.
Jon Dytor from Ellesmere Port planned a personal, funny and moving wedding speech for Chronicle staff member Rhiannon Bevan.
Rhiannon says: "Jon knows that I'm not a fan of surprises, as you can see by my reaction at the start of his speech, but this was one I certainly didn't mind. He likes to do big romantic gestures and for our wedding he had written a poem for me which I though was going to be really cheesy and cringe-worthy, but it turned out he had written it based on all the films and TV programs that I love.
"We're both huge film and TV buffs and it made me feel really special to know that he had written his speech purely for me, not worrying that other people may not get the jokes and references. I'm a very lucky lady."
Digital editor Jo Henwood was engaged within three months of meeting husband Alasdair, who proposed with 15 boxes charting their romance from Day 1. Box Number 15 contained a diamond ring.
Reporter Fran Barrett's boyfriend Chaz once spelt out I Love You in pistachio nuts and from the sporting side of the office, Dave Powell said: "I emptied the dishwasher this morning, does that count?"
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