HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
Well, actually, it’s SAINT Valentine’s Day.
The holiday was originally (sort of) in honor of Saint Valentine of Rome (supposedly), who once wrote a letter (possibly) to a woman signed “Your Valentine” (maybe). The origins of the holiday are fairly vague, but the tradition has continued as a celebration of love.
You’ve already experienced what Valentine’s Day in the U.S. is like – in schools, students in middle school and younger often pass out valentines (little notes saying nice things) to their classmates as a sign of friendship. Some older students do this, too. It’s also a day when couples celebrate how much they care about each other.
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We hope you had a fun Valentine’s Day!