First Lady Jill Biden celebrates Valentine’s Day in her own way
First Lady Jill Biden celebrated Valentine’s Day in her own way, before dawn on Friday, by installing a Valentine’s Day artwork in the North Lawn of the White House by drawing giant pink, white and red hearts that resemble a popular candy.
President Joe Biden went out with his wife early Friday morning to inspect the colorful artwork and his wife helped draw these huge hearts with single words printed on them such as unity, kindness, healing, mercy, love and courage. One of the hearts was the act of “love of a generation.”
President Joe Biden told reporters that Valentine’s Day is the “favorite day” of the first lady. Jill Biden said that people are “a little disappointed” with the pandemic, so she just wanted to do something to bring about “a little joy. A little hope”.
First Lady Jill Biden’s office said in a statement: “As you know, the First Lady is known for her sense of humor, love of surprises, and celebration of traditions, especially with her family. Valentine’s Day has always been one of her favorite holidays.”
Overnight, the first lady’s surprise Valentine messages to the country were installed on the north lawn for the weekend, hearkening back to the days of sharing candy hearts between friends and family,” a spokesperson for Biden said in a statement. “As you may know, the first lady is known for her sense of humor, love of surprises, and celebrating traditions, especially with her family.”