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Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

If you want to do more than just the basic chocolate and flowers
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Photo Ashlyn Miller
Lego Flowers are the perfect, everlasting gift.

You know what season it is. It’s that time of the year when everyone wears pink and red, and if you’re lucky you will get a gift or two. But what to get? I think that the perfect gift should be unique and personal. Here are five gifts to get your partner this Valentine’s Day.

1) Lego Flowers

Lego flowers are always a safe choice. You and your partner can build them together, and they last forever! There are so many different options, so you can get their favorite flower to show you care. These bouquets range from $15-$60 and you can buy them from Amazon.

2) Personalized Vinyl

If your partner has a record player, in my opinion, this is the best gift you can get. You can pick all of the songs on it and put your own picture on the cover. This gift is a little more expensive, but they’re guaranteed to cherish it forever. You can get one for as low as $30 from American Vinyl Co.

3) Custom Candle

This one is more popular, but it’s always a classic. You can put a picture of the two of you on the front and pick out their favorite scent. It’s thoughtful, personal and useful. I always like Yankee, I think they do a good job.

4) Gift Basket

A gift basket is perfect for a girl or boy. All you have to do is buy a cute basket from any store, I recommend Target and fill it with a couple of snacks, their favorite candies and then pick a theme. Whether it’s movie night, self-care, sports kit or cozy essentials, they are bound to use and love every gift in it and can even use the basket for storage.

5) Scrapbook

For this gift, you can put in as much or as little effort as you want. All you have to do is print out a few photos and write cute captions, and if you want add stickers and drawings. Like I said, it can be really simple or really intricate, it all depends on how much time you put in and how much money you can spend. You can also find many different “fill-in” scrapbooks, in case you aren’t as creative, but want something thoughtful.

These are just a few options, as long as you get them something that shows how much you care it should be great. Regardless of what you buy, I hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine’s Day.

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Ryan Rolle, Staff Writer
Ryan Rolle is a sophomore at Robinson and a staff writer for the Knight writers. This is her first year on staff.  A bookworm at heart, Rolle joined journalism because she is interested in anything English related. "I’m interested in learning how to write fascinating stories and hopefully get to practice reporting," Rolle said An engaged member of the RHS student body, Rolle is involved in both Knightmare and Book Club. Rolle is a part of Knightmare because she finds school spirit an important aspect of high school. She joined book club because she enjoys reading in her free time.  “In Book Club, I like how instead of reading a specific book, you can be introduced to new books that other people like,” she said. Outside of Robinson, Rolle can be seen practicing basketball as a part of the RHS girls' basketball team. She also just started rowing for Team Tampa. When she is not at school or playing sports, Rolle likes to spend her free time reading her favorite book “Internal Devices” or watching her favorite show “Pretty Little Liars.”  “I enjoy any show that is romantic-comedy or drama," Rolle said. Not a fan of math or science, she aspires to pursue a career in writing.  “I hope to do the creative writing program at NYU,” Rolle said.  (Profile by Sophie Le)
Ashlyn Miller, Sports Editor
Ashlyn Miller is a junior at Robinson and the Sports Editor of Knight Writers. This is her second year on staff and first year as an editor. Miller's favorite part of journalism is taking photos of all of the sports at Robinson and improving her photography skills. "We don't exactly have press at Robinson so it's rewarding to me to take photos of people doing what they love," Miller said. Outside of the journalism room, Miller stays involved in school with an array of hobbies. She enjoys staying involved in school by participating in swimming, photography and orchestra. She enjoys playing the violin and loves learning new pieces. "If you're able to make the violin sound good, it's a such rewarding accomplishment for such a difficult instrument," Miller said. Miller also likes spending time with her dog in her past time. Out of cats or dogs, she instantaneously chose dogs. "I prefer dogs. I actually own a German Shepherd named Leia and she's the light of my life, but I have nothing against cats," Miller said. Prepared for the future, she plans to attend journalism school, preferably at Duke University and join their ROTC program.  Miller is passionate about media and sports although how competitive positions are. "I want to specialize in the media realm and possibly be a sports commentator for ESPN," Miller said. "I love watching, covering and even playing sports because of the environment that surrounds them and the gratification that comes with doing well." (Profile by Briana Garcia)
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