Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 31, 2008
Although the truth behind the origin of Valentine’s Day is quite cloudy, what is clear is that the only purpose this festival is to show the love and the affection for your loved one. Since the time of the oldest known birthday card Valentine’s Day, which was sent in 1415 by the Duke of Orleans to his French wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London, to date, day could have turned into a “Hallmark Holiday” (they have over 1330 different cards for you to choose specifically for this holiday alone). But let’s face it, if you do not shower you with adoration and sweet Yes, a gift, Valentine’s Day, the relationship might not last much longer than February 15.
the Middle Ages, has attracted fans of names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They wear these names on their sleeves for one week, in what was a very romantic gesture. In this day and age, a more modern day wear your heart on his sleeve is to show off to other places – for example, your pillow.
inventor of dreams in Miami created DreamAid Pillow Cover, which will surely help stoke the blissful romance in all of us Valentine’s Day. There are four different designs with special Valentine messages on them like, “Sleep with Me Forever in Your Arms” and “I love you” and there are 40 other posts as well, if you need to find something even more specific for your honey. The Pillow Covers are reminders of love and gay romance and promise to manifest affectionate thoughts right before bed – it can not be more in love than that. The Pillow Covers are a unique alternative to a traditional greeting card that can be used all year round.
For more information and to locate stores that sell DreamAid Pillow Cover, please visit http://www.dreamaidproducts.com. Suggested retail price of $ 24.
DreamAid Inc. was conceived in 2006 by Jamie Eroncig, an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida. Its mission is to develop products to help inspire people through their dreams. New products are added to the monthly collection. Five percent of profits DreamAid, Inc. go to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
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