Create Unforgettable Loving Memories on Valentines Day
As the first week of February approaches, shops are suddenly loaded with heart-shaped cards, chocolate containers, posies of red roses and cute teddy bears, heralding the onset of Valentine Day celebrations.After a week-long of romantic interactions which begin on the 7th February, comes the most awaited day of the year, Valentines Day.
The day is dedicated to all individuals who have newly found true love and those whohave passed through all stages of their romantic relationships and are basking in the love found yester years ago. Thoughin todays times a lot of commercialisation and loads of expectations have crept into the celebrations, the day does infuse joy and liveliness into the lives of individuals.
Red roses and symbols of dove and cupid which symbolize Valentines Day abound everywhere. The day is celebrated not only by the young lot but also the older couples with each set doing it in their own way. For youngsters it is a day of frolic and fun while the matured adults think more of setting aside quality time for their partners.
Roses, cakes, chocolates and gifts feature in the must have lists for Valentine Days celebrations with customized items becoming more popular.Materialistic items apart, the depth of ones relationship can be measured only in terms of how often they are thought of and are by the side of one another.
As a child Valentines Day was fun. You got to design your own little heart-laden box to accept all your classmates Valentines. Then youd get to fill in the To: and From: fields on your G.I. Joe cards (because nothing says Be Mine like Snake Eyes). I remember each time taking extra special care when filling out a card for the girl who I happened to like that particular year. When the day arrived and cards were exchanged I would rifle through my haul finding the one from whichever girl it was and kept it apart from the others. It was special even though Im sure shed written the exact same thing on mine that shed written on everyone elses. No matter, love was given and received. Valentines Day was for a young boy not yet mature enough to express his affections and for him to hold fast to even a token expression from the object those affections.
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