The first guy’s name you read or hear will the name of the man you’ll marry.
If you see a squirrel on Valentine’s Day, you will marry a cheapskate who will hoard all your money.
If you find a glove on the road on Valentine’s Day, your future husband or wife will have the missing one.
There are superstitions associated with the kind of person you’ll marry based on the first bird you see on Valentine’s day.
If you see a goldfinch, you will marry a millionaire.
If woman sees a sparrow, she will marry a poor man.
If a woman sees a robin, she’ll marry a sailor.
If she spots an owl, she will never marry.
Now that you’ve found your beloved, there are ways to predict how many Children you will have by blowing on a dandelion. The seeds that remain on the stem will tell you how many children you will have.
Superstitious saying we still say today.
Today we say, “to wear your heart on your sleeve,” meaning it is easy for people to read you. In the Middle Ages, men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their Valentine would be. They would wear the name they chose on their sleeves for a week.