Valentines Greetings / January 7, 2019 / Cindy Navarro
In the United States St. Valentines Day is the second largest card giving holiday celebrated. Somewhere in the vicinity of 190 million lovers and friends greeting cards are sent each year. The holiday is said to come to us from ancient Roman Empire times when a priest who was forbidden to perform marriages for the young strapping healthy Roman soldiers defied Roman law and performed the marriages anyway. He was eventually caught and imprisoned and executed. Now thats romantic. Ever since the early 1700s Americans have been sending expression of friendship gratitude and love to those around them. In the early 1800s Esther A. Howland produced the first commercial Valentine greeting cards. And even though receiving a beautiful card is wonderful Americans have demonstrated by their purchases during this winter holiday that candy is still our sentiment of preference.
Many people will just take time to really look at deeper meaning and finally discover that there is a good lesson to it. Valentine greeting card sayings that are funny are used to make people laugh and have a good time. There is nothing like good humor and when it is directed to lovers it can provide great pleasure. Of course the humor must be in good taste. Other sayings are used to show different perspectives and perceptions from people. In other words this is a platform in which people can really get to express their real feelings and so on. There are many other uses of the Valentine greeting card sayings. People like to quote sayings from prominent people about love and they always manage to get people worked up and many times marveled. The following are good sayings that were said by prominent or recognized people.
Visitors worldwide pay annual subscriptions to her site especially for ecards featuring her beloved chocolate Labrador-Springer spaniel mix Chudleigh. He stars in such Valentine offerings as "Special Delivery" in which the pooch watches with growing despondence as a bird pulls from a mailbox a flurry of cards none of them for him until another loving dog arrives carrying a personal Valentine card. Still other Lawson options include non-canine creations like "Bubble Bath" in which a playful bird pops the cork on a bottle of pink Champagne then splashes in the bubbly-filled glass; and "Valentine Waltz" featuring a procession of nine different flowers whole initials form the word "V-A-L-E-N-T-I-N-E" while the blossoms form heart. The effects are tasteful and unique with a typically British country charm.