National Love Note Day
National Love Note Day is celebrated on September 26 of every year. Love can be expressed in many unusual ways. Of course, one need not spend so much money to show the love for someone. A simple love note does everything. Share your love notes to the person you love on this special day. Express your heartfelt love to your beloved ones as the National Love Note Day encourages you to write love notes.
“Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
History of National Love Note Day
Thr origin and history of National Love Note Day is anonymous. However, the celebration of the day is every way important to those who have lots of love and affection towards another. Love Note Day is the perfect day to write your sincere thoughts to another person. Your love note can be short, long, poetry or prose as it varies from each person. A love note need not always be a romantic poetry and needs a fancy language to attract rather it can be your own words that may express your deep feelings. Even a simple I Love You will bring a smile on your loved ones face. A love note is usually a written format and now it can even be sent through the eCards through email. Place your notes in anywhere like in the cupboard, fridge, or somewhere they often use. It is the perfect day to share your love and how much important that person is in your life. With the modern communication tools, Love notes are becoming extinct and hence this National Love Note Day aims in bringing back the old form.
Other Celebrations on September 26
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How to Celebrate National Love Note Day
One can celebrate National Love Note Day in many special ways. You can take a scented paper and a pen to start writing your love notes. If you prefer sending through email then take a visit to iloveyouquotesimages.com where you will find unlimited quotes and images for anyone. Post and share your Love Note Day celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #NationalLoveNoteDay.