We celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th. We show our appreciation to our loved ones through small gifts like chocolates, cards, flowers and kisses 😉
Head over heels: To be deeply in love or infatuated with someone.
Example: I’m head over heels about my new boyfriend.
Love at first sight: When you fall in love with someone immediately upon meeting them.
Example: It was love at first sight when Sally met Frank.
Wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve: To openly display one’s emotions, especially affection or love.
Example: I can tell Jenny is upset; she wears her heart on her sleeve.
To steal someone’s heart: To make someone fall in love with you.
Example: On the day my son was born, he stole my heart.
Lovebirds: A term used to describe a couple who are affectionate and deeply in love with each other.
Example: Look at those lovebirds! They can’t keep their hands off each other.
Love is blind: The notion that when you’re in love, you may overlook flaws or imperfections in the object of your affection.
Example: Rachel is in love with a guy who has a completely different set of values and career objectives, but her love is so blind that she is even willing to change her goals for him.