The story of Valentine’s Day: Not all love and mush! February 14 is Valentine’s Day, the day you can give a flower or some cookies to your friends or family to show them they are special.  Or you can make a heart-shaped card to say “thank you” to your mum and dad or your teacher for making you feel special. You might think that Valentine’s Day is only about hearts and […]

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6 Responses to “The story of Valentine’s Day: Not all love and mush!”

  1. Sue Mayerhofer says:

    How refreshing to read about Saint Valentine and not about sending expensive red roses. A wonderful story and well written to remember for all the Valentine Days to come.

  2. noldrussell says:

    There is an animated video version on history of valentine.
    It tells exactly how Valentine was captured by Claudius, and was executed, right after he wrote the eternally remembered ‘from your Valentine’ letter.
    Feel free to embed the video, it is using CC attribution.

  3. thewhiztimes says:

    Russel- thanks for the link to the video. Unfortunately, we discourage links to other sites – but we have embedded the video in this post (on page 2) – attributed to you! Enjoy and keep posting :) – Mr WhizStein

  4. ila ghosh says:

    nice to know the story & video. good animation in video on valentines day.

  5. ila ghosh says:

    nice story & video on valentines day.

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