Valentine's day challenge - Give a badge to your beloved!

How to better show your love for someone than by offering a lovely badge!


Each year on February 14th, many people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special valentine

Being my Valentine means that you're that special and the only person I will be spoiling the day of. It doesn't mean we are in a relationship. It just means for that day, I express to you in words, gifts and actions what you or your friendship means to me in a more intimate manner.

Why is Valentine's Day so important?

A pagan fertility ritual was held in February each year and the Pope abolished this festival and proclaimed 14 February Saint Valentine's Day, thus establishing this feast day on the Catholic Calendar of Saints. The poet Chaucer in the Middle Ages was the first to link St Valentine with romantic love.

Having a particular Valentine's Day is a very old tradition, thought to have originated from a Roman festival. The Romans had a festival called Lupercalia in the middle of February - officially the start of their springtime.

Add the Valentine badge to the board of your beloved one.

Today is the perfect day to offer this exclusive badge to someone so she/he can display it on her/his board of honor.

How to offer this badge to your valentine?

To give this badge to someone:

  1. upvote and resteem this post!
  2. write a comment on this post like the following:

@username
Happy Valentine!

ATTENTION: The first line must contain the user name only!

Do not forget to replace @username with the name of the person to whom you wish to offer the badge.
The lines below can contain anything you want to say to your Valentine

Your Valentine will be personally notified of your gift by @steemitboard on his/her latest post, if any, or as a reply to your comment.

This challenge will run till the payout time of this post! Don’t miss it.

Happy Valentine!


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