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Valentine's Day

Updated: Sep 18, 2020

Valentine's day is right around the Corner. Valentine's Day is a day for romance. We all know that Valentine's day is a day to exchange romantic gifts between partners to show your love for your partner. Did you know Valentine's Day is more than about love? St. Valentine's Day falls on February 14th of each year. Although the name is Saint Valentine's Day, most people refer to the day as Valentine's Day, or even the Feast of Saint Valentine. It was originally a day to celebrate Saint Valentinus, who performed weddings for soldiers who were not allowed to marry. He was imprisoned for this, as well as for ministering to Christians. Saint Valentinus wrote a letter to the daughter of his jailer before he was executed. His letter was signed ‘From your Valentine'. He was buried on February 14th. Valentine's Day was not associated with romantic love until the middle ages. By the 1700s in England it began to resemble the Valentine's Day we know today. At this time lovers began to express their love with gifts of flowers, candy and cards, which were called 'valentines'. Most people don't know the phrase to wear your heart on your sleeve has historical meaning. In the middle ages young people would draw the name of their valentine from a bowl. They had to wear the name on their sleeve for one week. Even though we all know Valentine's Day As Only A Day of love it has long history. We should show not only our special someone we love them but we should always try to show that we care for that person each and every day. It is wonderful to show love for your partner even when it is not Valentine's Day. It is about love and being together not always about gifts. It is the thought that counts. If you don't have a valentine, show a friend or family member(s), or someone that you care about that you love them and you are there for them.

Happy Valentine's Day!

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