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Flowers Given On Valentine's Day
There can be many messages attached to the flowers given on Valentine's Day and floral retailers are hoping for orders that generate love and revenues. Floral shops will be willing to work late hours delivering flowers for Valentine's Day, and most of those floral arrangements will contain messages of love and will let a woman know she is cherished and that someone is thinking about them in a very loving manner.
Some people keep the mystery and romance alive on Valentine's Day with the flowers that they send. They will get great enjoyment out of not putting any messages in envelopes with the flower arrangements that are sent to a wife. The lack of a message that would give a woman just a hint about who sent those beautiful flowers will keep the mysteries of love alive for just a few hours. By lunch, the woman will probably hear all about the mystery when her lover arrives to take her to lunch and the smile on his face will say he happy to see her.
Many women will keep an eye on the elevator at work on Valentine's Day just to see what type of flower arrangements are arriving by messenger. Some women might have the opportunity to smell the fragrant bouquets of many while the bouquets sit on a ledge by their desk waiting for the recipient to come get them. The rich red colors of roses will spark new life in a drab reception area and the receptionist will hate to see them go to their owners during various parts of the workday.
Some floral shops get into the Valentine's Day spirit by dressing floral delivery personnel in marvelous costumes that depict Cupid. The sweet aroma of flowers might arrive before Cupid rounds the corner but office workers will truly be amused when that Cupid stops at a certain desk in a crowded room used for work. Some Cupid's spread romantic feelings throughout the room by reciting bits of poetry that were provided on a card with the flowers.
Not all flowers delivered on Valentine's Day are sent to people who are in a relationship. Office workers are often rewarded for working hard or late on a project with a bouquet of daisies surrounded by little flowers such as baby's breath. Other office workers who have a corner office, might find flowering plants delivered on Valentine's Day. These floral arrangements will be watered and cared for daily and remind the recipient that someone special sent them on a very special day.
Not all flowers given on Valentine's Day will be delivered to an office. People might find them on the seat of their car when they get in to run an errand. Some will find colorful bundles of flowers on their doorstep when they come home for lunch, and the giver might be waiting inside with a note from the boss that says they do not have to return to work until the following morning. Women love receiving flowers on Valentine's Day but they also like to send them. Daughters will often send Dads a red rose just to reassure them that they are loved too.
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