Are you stressing about what to get your special someone for Valentine's Day? Don't stress; we have tips from ladies around the midstate.
"You need to pay attention to what women tell you that they like. They point something out, they hint," said Jennifer Herr from Camp Hill.
Herr said she has simple tastes.
"A nice dinner, a movie. That's sufficient for myself. Now for other women they want a weekend away," Herr said.
We also got some suggestions from Ellen Ross, who writes a blog at www.askawayblog.com.
"A day spa or a gift certificate for a massage or anything like that is a really great idea because it gives us a really great excuse to pamper ourselves," she said. "There's a lot of concerts coming up this summer. You could always get her tickets for that, you could just wrap those up and give them to her."
Michelle Teahan of Harrisburg said her favorite gift on Valentine's Day wasn't something expensive.
"When my fiance was in Afghanistan, he called a local diner here and had them deliver me breakfast so that beat any monetary gift," Teahan said.
Her sister, Jenn Teahan, said gifts don't have to be expensive.
"Just flowers that were sent to my work," she said. "I like it simple...just the thought."