In my part of the world we’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day this week, a day for lovers, married couples, and the greeting card and candy industries. So Happy Valentine’s Day to you all, especially the Beekeepers. Yes, Beekeepers – seems St. Valentine, besides being the patron saint of lovers and married couples, is also the patron saint of Beekeepers. In addition, he’s the patron saint of the plague, fainting and traveling. I think how you feel about the plague/married couples connection will say a lot about the health of your marriage – just my opinion.
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Truth is, St. Valentine may have been more than one person. Some sources will tell you that he may be an amalgam of up to twelve different holy folk from bygone times. No one is even quite sure who invented Valentine’s Day, although Geoffrey Chaucer, that spinner of saucy tales, may have had a hand in it. I mention these tidbits because if you’re like me, you’ve spent your share of Valentine’s Days bemoaning the fact that you aren’t out enjoying an overpriced romantic meal with your honey – anticipating the hot V-Day sex you’ll have for dessert. So I take chocolate-filled heart in the fact that it’s an invented holiday, based on the legend of … well … who really knows.
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I have a few reasons for being a Valentine’s Day fan. First of all, it’s February for God’s sake! It’s cold and nasty outside and any holiday that calls for warm hugs and kisses is OK in my book – even if I’m not getting any of that at the time. Try it, hug a friend or your kids or parents and see if you don’t feel lighter and happier. Second, as a chocolholic I use the day to salivate in anticipation of February 15th, when all the chocolate hearts are HALF PRICE!buy tramadol no prescription
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The point is, Valentine’s Day is what you make it. I will be the first to admit that when I’m one half of a couple I go overboard with the sappy romantic mushy stuff … and I LIKE IT. I don’t care if St. Valentine was twelve different people or just one guy in multi-tasking overdrive (who knew that fainting has a patron saint!), it’s a fun little holiday.buy soma online without prescription
So, to one and all Happy Valentine’s Day! This year let’s get together and prank call our local card stores to ask them if they have St. Valentines’ Plague cards.tramadol online without prescription
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