Valentine’s Day is a holiday often filled with love and appreciation. Flowers delivered to the door, enormous heart shaped chocolates and endless messages of gratification. For some, however, the run up to Valentine’s Day is filled with angst and pressure to ensure they find that perfect way to say, “I love you,” to their partner.
Stress no more and say it with The Slate. In the next edition of The Slate on Feb. 15, send a personalized message to your special someone.
Many are quick to forget that romantic love is not the only form of love. Platonic love between friends, family and teams is also worth celebrating on Valentine’s Day.
So, whether it’s a love letter to your secret crush or an appreciation note to your friend group, spread some love this Valentine’s Day with a free Love Line.
To get ensure that the Love Line appears in The Slate on Feb. 15, scan the QR code and fill out the short form by Friday, Feb. 11, for a Valentine’s Day gift they won’t forget.
All messages must be addressed to a specific person or group of people, and signed with the author’s name.
All messages must be PG-13 and appropriate for publication.
The Slate reserves the right to alter messages and censor inappropriate language for reasons pertaining to publication rules.