Did You Know?
Valentine’s Day is likely a continuation of the Roman feast of Lupercalia (a fertility festival). The name presumably came from the third-century martyr Bishop Valentine, who defied the Roman Emperor Claudius’s order not to perform wedding ceremonies. The Emperor believed that single men made better soldiers than those with wives.
In the late 1800s, Richard Cadbury produced the first box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day. Today more than 35 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate will be sold, and over $1 billion dollars of chocolate is purchased for Valentine’s Day in the US alone!
If you’re like millions of other Americans and want to give your Valentine a treat, here are a couple of Sacramento establishments with exceptionally delicious choices you may not have tried:
Estelle’s Patisserie, 2530 Arden Way
Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates, 1801 L St. #60
A recent picture of our sweet Valentine, Axel James Olson, with his beautiful mother and our daughter Jessica.
We would love to hear how you celebrate Valentine’s Day and feature your story on our website’s Client Corner (http://www.capitolwm.com/client-corner). Simply submit a photo and/or a brief story about your most memorable Valentine’s Day to firstname.lastname@example.org.