So, a couple of days ago I received a Valentine's Day card. This is pretty unusual already, and I think it's the first one I've received via mail in the past fifteen years. The somewhat romantic card was stuffed into a fancy envelope with two heart-shaped chocolates and a stamp, presumably so that I could send a card to whoever sent this one in the first place. There's no indication as to who sent it, and my address and name and all that were done by a printer rather than a human hand, so I couldn't track it by handwriting even if I was competent enough to do so, which I'm not. I first thought the card was sent by Girlfriend, although I seriously doubted it because we're not too big on gestures like this, or Valentine's Day for that matter. The next day another card arrived, this one definitely from Girlfriend.
This narrows the original sender to people who know my address (which is hardly a secret, so doesn't really narrow it down at all since a distant acquaintance could just ask one of my friends), think they have reason to believe I could recognize their handwriting and who might think I could guess who they were (so I could send a reply). Basically, either my life might get more complicated at some point or my friends are trolling me hard. Not sure what I should do about this, if anything.
I also blew nearly sixty euros on bike accessories today. This bike had better not get stolen anytime soon.