It only happens every five or six years or so but, yes, much to the angst of the teen-age unattached, VALENTINE’S DAY is on a Saturday this year. But there’s no reason for angst for any generation, attached or un-. Because even though commercial interests seem to push the idea of Valentine’s Day as having to do with romance and sex … many others now think of it as a day to express love. What Thanksgiving is to gratitude, Valentine’s Day is to love – of everyone. Love of your partner or spouse or sibling or child or friend or parent or cousin or aunt or uncle … you get the idea. Maybe dig out the construction paper, glue, doilies and glitter and make something heart-stoppingly silly and sweet. Or bake some cookies. Or write a poem. Or grab a few posies (NOT red roses). Don’t let anyone you love not know it. Speak from your heart. Don’t forget.