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Valentine's Day has evolved over time

I often have wondered how two people fall in love and continue to build on that love through their lifetimes.

I remember, in my courting days, heading to the florist on Valentine's Day to pick up a bouquet of roses and stopping by the drug store for a box of chocolates—all to show my now wife how much I cared for her.

Either of us would prepare a fanciful meal for the evening to please the other.

Do flowers and chocolates, along with a special meal, make the difference? I suspect just showing appreciation to that significant person in your life does.

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