And so everything is rosy in Welsh sport.
' Six Nations is back on track after a thrilling victory in Paris, all four of our main football sides have continued to do well and there's even been snooker on BBC Wales for you to watch on your telebox - Happy Days!
We've got another bumper programme for you on Sport Wales this week.
We're packing a punch in the USA ahead of the Gavin Rees v Adrien Broner WBC lightweight fight in Atlantic City.
will be joining presenter Dot Davies to discuss the fight.
Ahead of Swansea City's Capital One Cup final against Bradford City, Ian Hunt speaks to the former Wales manager Terry Yorath - someone who has both played and managed at the two clubs.
He talks to us about the form of the two sides, their route to the final as well as his own, very personal, memories of his time at Bradford and the day back in May 1985 when a fire at Valley Parade stadium killed 56 people and injured 270 more.
As Welsh rider Chaz Davies prepares to get his second season in the World Superbike Championship underway, Sport Wales takes a look at the plans to bring both Superbikes and
to South Wales.
Steffan Garrero has been to Blaenau Gwent to chat to those in charge of, and those opposed to, the "Circuit of Wales". Let us know what you think too - get in touch via our Twitter account: @bbcsportwalestv
And while we may not have a Six Nations game to preview, Dot Davies catches up with Wales centre Jamie Roberts after the win in Paris and to see how preparations are going ahead of the trip to Italy.
So don't worry if you dint get any Valentines cards, let Sport Wales romance you with the best of Welsh sport…….make a note in your diary, put a reminder on you TV scheduler or even whack a post-it note on your screen not to miss BBC Sport Wales this Friday at 2100 BBC Two Wales.
Watch Sport Wales this Friday on BBC Two Wales at 21:00