Spring is always a wonderful time of year, especially for us Floridians. The weather is crisp, the sun has yet to hit its full fiery potential, and (although our allergies might be flaring up) flowers blossom in hues of blue and violet. Most importantly, the arrival of spring means one very important thing - brunch season.
Despite its religious origin and commercial value, Valentine’s Day is not a recognized public holiday. This means most of us will still be plucking ourselves out of bed and heading to work on Thursday, February 14th. Some will clock out and rush to the convenient store in hopes they will grab what is left of the flowers and chocolates - or even run to a fine-dining reservation you made weeks ago, hoping it goes quickly. After all, work resumes in the morning.