Why is Valentine’s Day celebrated on February 14th? According to the Library of Congress, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly why Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14, though the date might have ties to the ancient Roman celebration of Lupercalia.
How chocolate became tied to Valentine’s Day – Heart-shaped boxes filled with decadent treats are coveted gifts on Valentine’s Day. Chocolate lovers typically have a favorite type of chocolate, whether it’s creamy filled truffles or chocolate pieces with fruit or nut fillings. #ValentinesDay #Chocolate
Valentine’s Day Traditions from around the world – Valentine’s Day is celebrated across the globe. Find out how other countries celebrate Valentine’s Day. Come Valentine’s Day, candy, flowers and other gifts are exchanged between sweethearts in one of the many traditions associated with the holiday. #ValentinesDay
How Candelmas Day turned into Groundhog Day – If a day to predict the arrival of spring weather sounds familiar, it probably calls to mind Groundhog Day. However, for centuries, February 2nd was celebrated as a Christian Feast Day known as Candlemas. #Candlemas #GroundhogDay
Find out when and what was given on the eighth day of Christmas and its hidden meaning from my true love gave to me in the 12 Days of Christmas. #EighthDayofChristmas #12DaysofChristmas #Christmas #NewYearsDay