Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Valentine's Day Flowers

Hi Friends! How are you all doing? Lots of fun and happiness on your part in this season -- I'm sure. There are special reasons to be happy this time of the year! Wondering why? This is the season of love and love is in the air all around. With Cuddle Up Day was just over, Send A Hug Day, Whisper 'I Love You' Day are waiting right around the corner to scale up the spirit of romance. Although Valentine's Day is a month away, but I can smell the fragrance of Valentine's Day rose in the air.

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Well, just as I entered into the Valentine's Day chat, something struck my mind. Valentine's Day flowers. Have you wondered why we always relate red and pink roses when we talk about Valentine's Day flowers? Story of how roses got associated with Valentine's Day spans back to 17th century when exchanging flowers on Valentine's Day first became popular. Roses, being reputed to be the favorite flower of Venus {the Goddess of Love), were the element of choice on Valentine's Day. Having an unique distinction of representing love and passion, the rose have been treated as the flower of passion and love since centuries.

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Anonymous said...

I'm actually thinking of sending flowers next month, thanks!

Franx said...

Valentine day is just around two week wow You think to send flower to whom?
I also want to think about it..Nice flower :) Good Job

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