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MY VALENTINE ’S STORY by Basia Kielbowicz

‘Hi,’ he said. ‘Is this seat free?’ Charlotte raised her eyebrows . ‘Yes.’ ‘What are you listening to?’ asked Jack pointing at her headphones. And this is how the story began. They found out they’re listening to the same music and share hobbies. They started to eat lunch together every day, they were texting each other at weekends. One month late, when he hadn’t seen Charlotte for a week, he felt something. He missed her. And he really wanted to see her. The Valentine’s Day was approaching and Jack thought he would not spend it alone. He asked her if she wanted to go somewhere on 14th February. She did. It was too cold to walk so they sat in McDonald’s and started to talk. It was the moment when Jack found out how beautiful she is. Green eyes, bright skin, red lipstick and short, brown hair. Suddenly he wanted to do something. Hug her. Touch her… ‘I have to go home’ she said immediately. ‘It’s getting dark.’ ‘Yeah, sure,’ he answered. He felt so sad. When they were getting out he held the door for her. ‘Thanks,’ she smiled. There’s really nothing I couldn’t do for you – he thought. He walked her home. They were standing for 3 minutes quietly enjoying each other’s presence. Suddenly… he didn’t know what exactly happened but he kissed her. It seemed it lasted for ages. He never felt this happy before. But unexpectedly she pushed him away. ‘No,’ he heard. ‘Sorry, I cannot.’ And she ran away, disappearing behind the door of her house. They lost touch. He missed texting her, her phone calls and their 3 a.m. conversations. But there was something weird – he didn’t regret kissing her. He told his father about everything. ‘If two people are meant to be together, they will be together,’ he heard from him. Jack almost thought ‘’Maybe he and Charlotte shouldn’t be together ‘’. But then he got a message from her. It said, ‘Can we meet, please? I miss you. Sorry.’

LOVE POEMS I love you so much! You make my dreams come true Remember my heart beats only for you Thank you that you are with me Yours forever Zuzia Niesławska 2h

You should know what is right You should know what is true And you should also know I’ve been thinking about you Drink more water, don’t drink wine Be my sweetest Valentine Ania Jakóbowska 2d

You are the one I chose yesterday You are the one I want to hold at night You are the one I adore when it dawns You are the one I admire in the morning You are the one I want to kiss at noon You are the only one I want in the end of the day You are my everything, I love you so much Will you marry me ? Always yours Matylda Bazylko 3f





INTERESTING VALENTINE’S FACTS In Victorian times it was considered bad luck to sign a Valentine’s Day card. Based on retail statistics, about 3 per cent of pet owners will give gifts to their pets on this day. About 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year. This makes it the second largest seasonal card sending time of the year. Girls of medieval times ate bizarre foods on this day to make them dream of their future spouse . In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who would be their Valentine. They would wear this name pinned onto their sleeves for one week for everyone to see. This was the origin of the expression "to wear your heart on your sleeve." In 1537, England's King Henry VII officially declared Feb. 14 the holiday of St. Valentine's Day. Physicians of the 1800s commonly advised their patients to eat chocolate to calm their pining for lost love. Richard Cadbury produced the first box of chocolates for this holiday in the late 1800s. More than 35 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate will be sold. 73 percent of people who buy flowers on this day are men, while only 27 percent are women. 10 percent of U.S. women send themselves flowers on Valentine's Day.

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