The week begins with Rose Day which falls on the 7th of February. On this day, people exchange roses to celebrate love and affection. A red rose denotes romantic love whereas a yellow rose stands for friendship. The white rose is believed to signify peace and the orange rose brings health and cheer to one’s life. A variety of roses are now available which signify different things and are exchanged by people to celebrate love. Rose Day is followed by Propose Day and is specifically ceremonious for couples who wish to take their relationship to the next level. It is not just about marriage, but could also be a proposal for a committed relationship. People who are not in a relationship can express their wish to do so on this day. The 9th of February is celebrated as Chocolate Day and chocolates are exchanged as tokens of love and admiration. Not just couples, but friends, siblings, parents, and children exchange chocolates to express their love for each other. The day is followed by Teddy Day. On this day, soft toys, especially teddy bears are gifted that symbolize the love that exists between two individuals. Teddy bears are soft, cuddly toys that are principally tokens of gentle behavior and love. Teddy Day is followed by Promise Day on the 11th of February. On this day, people make promises of staying together, promising love, faithfulness, happiness, togetherness, and joy to each other. The day which is followed by Promise Day is Hug Day. A hug is one of the purest and greatest forms of expressing love and comfort that you wish to give to someone. The brilliance of hugs is celebrated on this amazing day and people embrace each other in order to express their love for each other and their gratitude for having their partner in their lives. On the 13th of February, Kiss Day is celebrated and it mainly marks the joy of kissing just for the sake of kissing and not for formality’s sake on social occasions or as a prelude to other activities. This day is followed by the big day, Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14 February every year and revolves around the concept of ‘Valentine’. A person’s Valentine can be anybody with whom they associate feelings of love, admiration, and happiness. A friend, significant other, parent, grand-parent or a pet. Since Valentine’s Day is almost here, we share some wishes and messages that you could use to send to your loved ones to wish them on this joyous occasion and express your love for them.
Wishes and messages
1. Cupid is here with love, romance, laughter, and lots of wholesomeness. On this day, I hope your life fills with unlimited love and joy. Happy Valentine’s Day!
2. May you enjoy chocolates, roses, hugs, kisses, promises, and all the love that there is. Happy Valentine’s Day to you. Have a great one!
3. Love makes the world go round. I hope you find it at every step in life. Happy Valentine’s Day to you!
4. Love reigns supreme everywhere. On this Valentine’s Day, I hope you get to experience love in its purest and most unadulterated form. Happy Valentine’s Day to you!
5. Rejoice in love, don’t fall in love. Always rise in love! Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your loved ones!
Quotes, Facebook & Whatsapp status
1. “I have learned not to worry about love, but to honor its coming with all my heart.” Alice Walker
2. “The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.”-Victor Hugo
3. “‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.”- Tennyson
4. “A woman knows the face of the man she loves as a sailor knows the open sea.”-Honore de Balzac
5. “There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.”- George Sand
6. “I was about half in love with her by the time we sat down. That’s the thing about girls. Every time they do something pretty… you fall half in love with them, and then you never know where the hell you are.” – J.D. Salinger
7. “If you press me to say why I loved him, I can say no more than because he was he, and I was I.”- Michel de Montaigne
8. “Love is the answer to everything. It’s the only reason to do anything.” Ray Bradbury