Valentine's Day information, facts, history, activities and poetry
Valentines Day is February 14.
Expressions of love such as Valentine Day greeting cards, boxes of chocolates,
flowers, presents or special events mark the occasion.
A Frenchman, Charles, Duke of Orleans is credited with writing the first Valentine.
There are different ideas as to where or how the celebration of
Valentine's Day began.
Today, people exchange
cards with symbols of love and affection
on them. Children and adults use various colors of
to make distinct
handmade cards for special people in their life. Glitter, markers and
can add special sparkle to any card. Many people like to place these cards in
strange spots for their loved one to find, like in a refrigerator, on a mirror,
on a computer
or on a pillow.
The modern day celebration of Valentine's Day seems to have begun in France and England. On Valentines Eve young people would gather and pick names becoming a valentine to whose ever name they chose.
Cupid, Doves, Love Birds, Roses, Hearts and Arrows are all symbols of the Valentine's Day
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