Valentines Day Traditions

 Valentines Day Traditions

The Language of Flowers
According to old traditions, sending different kinds of flowers sends a secret message to the one you love. Here are a few of these secret flower messages:

Red roses = I love you!

Yellow roses = I love you, but I don't know if you love me."

White roses = Our love is pure.

Four leaf clovers = a wish for good luck.

Orange blossoms = everlasting love.

Bleeding Heart = Hopeless, but not heartless.

Gardenia = I love you secretly.

Gladiolus = You pierce my heart.

Lily-of-the-Valley = Let us make up.

Rose - I love you passionately.

Sweet William = You are gallant, suave and perfect.

Violet = I return your love.

Green leaves represented hope in a love affair. (Often rumored to be the reason why British girls sprinkled bay leaves with rose water and put them on their pillows on Valentine's Day Eve. They wanted to see their loved one in their dreams.)

Fun Superstitions

On Valentine's Day, the first guy's name you read in the paper or hear on the TV or radio will be the name of the man you will marry.

If you see a squirrel on Valentine's Day, you will marry a cheapskate who will hoard all your money.

If you see a goldfinch on Valentine's Day, you will marry a millionaire.

If you see a flock of doves on Valentine's Day, you will have a happy, peaceful marriage.

If you find a glove on the road on Valentine's Day, your future beloved will have the other missing glove.

If you see a robin on Valentine's Day, you will marry a crime fighter.


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