Test your knowledge of all things related to the day of love to Valentine’s Day! No fair peeking at the answers either! #ValentinesDay #ValentinesDayQuiz
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.
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
Who is St. Valentine? We know Valentine’s Day as a day of love, but did you know it came from a priest named Valentine. Find out about who he was.
Happy Valentine’s Day – I want to wish a very Happy Valentine’s Day to all my readers. Be sure to check out these Valentine’s Day Blog Post! #ValentinesDay
What various flowers can represent – Flowers have long been used to convey certain feelings in many cultures. Folklore, poetry and mythologies have played a role in defining the various meanings associated with certain blooms.
February is the shortest month of the year, but many people have no idea why that is. Here are some fun facts about this shortest month of the year. #February #FebruaryFunFacts #FunFactsFebruary
When we think of love and Valentine’s Day we often associate this day with Cupid. But where did this winged creature come about? Just who is this arrow-wielding creature and how did he become associated with Valentine’s Day? #Cupid #ValentinesDay
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