Rumor has it that the retailers invented Valentine’s Day to boost sales after Christmas. Legend has it, the martyred St. Valentine healed his jailer’s daughter and on the day of his death, wrote a note to her signed “your Valentine”. It became romantic around Chaucer’s time in the 14th century. It wasn’t until the 18th century in England that it evolved into a day to express one’s love with confectionery and cards.
In Europe, keys are given to lovers to unlock the giver’s heart. What will you give to display the holding of your heart?
The lore of Rose Quartz worn touching your skin is supposed to bring your love to you. It's the stone of unconditional love.
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