For those who did not know, February 08 was – according to Twitter – Propose Day, an officially important day before Valentine’s Day, in which preparation for Valentine’s gets into motion. It is the day in which the single people can profess their feelings and emotions to whoever makes their heart skip a beat. In other words, it is the day when people should confess that indeed Cupid’s bow and arrow achieved a perfect aim and has hit home. So one simply goes beyond making overtures and proposes.
Apparently Propose Day is followed by Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day and then finally Valentine’s Day on February 14. For those who missed the first day – Propose Day – February 14 remains far off, so use the other remaining days to get a proper Valentines date.
And in case you are confused on which days are left, here is the order of the days, courtesy of Daily News & Analysis (we had to Google the days):
Rose Day – February 7
When you want to express your love for someone, the easiest way is to gift them a rose which would convey your feelings without words. The colour of each rose stands for the relationship you would want to have with your loved one.
A red rose stands for love, white signifies purity and innocence, yellow is for friendship, pink is for admiration, orange means passion and lavender is for love-at-first-sight.
Propose Day – February 8
Second day of Valentine’s week is Propose Day, which is celebrated on February 8, because it is important that you convey your feelings to your loved one before Valentine’s Day.
Chocolate Day – February 9
Chocolate day is celebrated on February 9 because there can’t be an easier option to win someone’s heart other than with chocolates.
Teddy Day – February 10
Because she loves teddy bears and would think of you when hugging the soft toy to sleep.
Promise Day – February 11
Promise to be together with your loved one forever.
Kiss Day – February 12
Seal your bond with a kiss.
Hug Day – February 13
This day marks another important expression of love – a warm, comfortable hug.
Valentine’s Day – February 14
End the week on a high note by spending quality time with your loved one.