It’s that time of the year when love is in the air -- couples renew their vows of love and commitment to each other, while those who are single proclaim their love to their special someone hoping that it would be reciprocated. The Valentine's Week is here and one of the most significant day of the whole week, the Promise Day, will be celebrated on February 11 this year. The Valentine's Week started with Rose Day on February 7, followed by Propose Day on February 8, Chocolate Day on February 9, Teddy Day on February 10, Promise Day on February 11, Hug Day on February 12, Kiss Day on February 13 and finally the Valentine’s Day on February 14. Though there isn’t any particular history behind celebrating these days during a specific time of the year, Valentine’s Week is popular among couples of all age groups regardless of their religion.
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Promise Day, as the name suggests, is a significant day in this week as it celebrates and honours the promises that lovers make to each other. People generally promise to their partner of love and commitment forever, of protecting each other, of supporting one another, of sticking together through sickness and in health and always being there for each other. You can also promise to share your life together, change a habit which annoys your partner, or simply promise to spend more quality time together. While showing your partner that you love and care for him or her and making promises of love doesn't require a special day in the year, but having such a day and celebrating it makes one feel valued in the relationship. After all, it is these little things in life that matters.
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But just making promises is not enough. Keeping your words and making the promise a reality shows how much you value and love your partner. Such gestures also help in strengthening and sometimes even saving relationships. So here are some images, cards, greetings, quotes, pictures, GIFs and wallpapers to send to your loved one, making them feel loved and adored in a special way. Images, Pictures, and Wallpapers