Category Archive: Valentine’s Day

Feb 12

Our Favorite Romantic Movies

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With Valentine’s Day almost here, many people are in the romantic mood.  But what if you aren’t quite feeling that Valentine’s spirit yet?  Well, one way to get into the romantic mood is to watch some of your favorite romantic movies.  Here are a few of our favorite romantic films. The Notebook.  Sure, it’s become …

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Feb 04

Make Valentine’s Day Romantic Again

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Are you tired of doing the same thing every year on Valentine’s Day?  While some people enjoy that kind of tradition, others find that it can get pretty boring after a few years.  The romance starts to fade year after year of doing the same thing, so it’s time to make Valentine’s Day romantic again!  …

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Feb 12

Have a Romantic Valentine’s Day at Home!

You don’t have to go out to a fancy restaurant and spend a lot of money to have a romantic Valentine’s Day date.  In fact, you can have a very romantic date without ever leaving home.  Here are a few tips on how to have a romantic Valentine’s Day at home. For dinner, cook for …

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Feb 10

The Story of Cupid

Valentine’s Day has a number of different images associated with it: roses, hearts, and Cupid, a little, mostly naked winged kid with a bow and arrow.  Cupid flies around shooting lovers with his magical arrows, causing them to fall deeply in love.  But there’s more to the myth of Cupid than just this. Cupid was …

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Feb 08

Valentine’s Day History

Valentine’s Day has a long and interesting history.  No one is really sure why February 14th was picked for this day, but it is known that it’s related to St. Valentine.  The holiday is partially based on the Roman festival of Lupercalis, which was a fertility celebration held on February 15th.  However, as Christianity became …

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Feb 07

Different Kinds of Valentine’s Day Dates

What kind of date do you have planned for Valentine’s Day this year?  Many people go with the traditional: dinner and a movie or concert.  However, you don’t have to follow the crowd.  There are many different types of dates. The Stay-At-Home Date:  Cook her a romantic dinner and then snuggle on the sofa and …

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