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♥Happy Valentine’s Day♥

This Valentine greeting’s from me to you
Wishing your day filled with love through and through
 

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The day does not have to be glamorous
Nor it be altogether clamorous

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Rather a day filled with love, without feud
With time for solitude as interlude

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Jovial smiles within lots of laughter
During the morning, noon and thereafter

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Time to exclaim joy, relinquish the tears
 Remembering Valentine’s former years

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May you be blessed each and every way
As you truly enjoy Valentine’s Day

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Kids React to Valentine’s Day

The day is not over yet…

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Awakenings: How do I Love Thee

Awakenings features Micki Peluso, author of …And the Whippoorwill Sang.

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With Valentine’s Day tomorrow, let’s examine some history behind this day and what makes it so special. The featured article on Awakenings is from Micki Peluso, author of …And the Whippoorwill Sang.

February 14th sometimes signifies the first day of Lent, depending upon the date of Easter, and is also Admission Day in Arizona. Most people however, celebrate the day by sending comic or heartfelt Valentines to family, friends and lovers. People seem to delight in St. Valentine’s Day, as florists, candy stores, boutiques and card shops do a rallying business providing heart-shaped novelties of all variety. Chocolate, long known for having properties that produce a euphoric feeling similar to the bittersweet emotion of love, seems an appropriate gift for St. Valentine’s Day.

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Sharla Shults‘s insight:

Mick Peluso is a prolific writer. Her articles, stories, and book,. …And the Whippoorwill Sang, have won rave reviews. Thank you, Micki, for providing such a great historical account for St. Valentine’s Day. You can visit Micki at her blog A Writer’s Journey.

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