LOVE has many forms.
Nevertheless, in most of its ways, it is an expression that gives full meaning to one's existence.
On Valentine's day, many people, especially couples, celebrate love in the simplest and meaningful form. Under the condition of the new normal, many celebrated on their own, some with their family, and some with their friends.
Let's see how these individuals who are lovers themselves find this day different and special.
A youngster who is fond of anime' rode her bike on Valentine's day and flopped a piece of paper bearing a message: Happy Valentine's Day and another at the back with a message: "Wala kang Jowa."
Andrea Carina Prologo, a Grade 11 student of the University of St. La Salle pedaled up to Alangilan, a considered biking hub in Bacolod City to convey her message to everyone she comes across with those messages.
But what has struck her tone was her cosplay or anime costume of Hatsune Miku, a 16-year-old girl with long, turquoise twin tails, while riding her mountain bike.
She said she just wants to spread love to those whom she meets along the road. She also brought chocolates for the children.
She said celebrating Valentine's is not only for couples but is also about God, family, and friends. It is also about the blessings we have received each day.
Meanwhile, three male friends Gerard Trabasas, Emman Salgado and Jemar Vingno celebrated their Valentine's day conveying their messages to others.
Gerard conveyed a message: "Hi, single ako!" Emman showed a message: "Okay na ako sa love ni Mama!" Jemar expressed a message: "Taken na po opo."
Lovers Ian and Chelle also spent time together during Valentine's Day.
They said love is felt not just on Valentine's day but every day.
"Enjoy being together always," the lovers said.