Valentine’s* Day is February 14. People mail or give cards to friends or loved ones. The cards usually have hearts* on them. People write sweet messages on the cards. People also send roses* or other lovely* flowers to people they love. Sometimes they send chocolates or candy, too. It’s fun to share* on Valentine’s Day!
(in the office)
Taylor: Hi, Tina. You look happy.
Tina: I am happy, Taylor! It’s Valentine’s* Day.
Taylor: I know. I sent Valentine’s Day cards to some of my friends.
Tina: I did, too. And look! My husband sent me some roses*.
Taylor: Those are beautiful. Did he send you chocolates, too?
Tina: No, but I bought some for him.
Taylor: Well, maybe he’ll share*!
Tina: I see some lovely* flowers on your desk, too.
Taylor: Yes. I got them this morning.
Tina: Who are they from?
Taylor: I don’t know. But there was a card with a heart* in the flowers.
Tina: What did it say?
Taylor: Roses are red, violets are blue. Flowers are nice, and so are you.
Tina: Ah, that’s so sweet!
Taylor: But who sent them?