Valentine's Day, observed on February 14th in the United States, is a day dedicated to expressing love and affection. Traditionally associated with romantic love, the holiday is marked by the exchange of cards, flowers, and gifts between couples. Red and pink decorations, heart-shaped symbols, and the iconic Cupid figure contribute to the festive atmosphere. Many people celebrate by indulging in special meals or romantic outings. While it is often seen as a day for couples, Valentine's Day has expanded to include expressions of love among friends and family as well. In schools and workplaces, it is common for individuals to exchange valentines and tokens of appreciation. Valentine's Day embodies sentiments of love, appreciation, and connection, providing an opportunity for people to express their emotions and strengthen their relationships.