Jill Biden decorates the White House with hearts for Valentine's Day

Jill Biden decorates the White House with hearts for Valentine’s Day

‘You’re the love of my life and the life of my love, Jilly’: Biden gives his first lady a corsage as they land at the White House adorned with paper hearts and cutouts of their pets for Valentine’s Day.

  • President Joe Biden called Jill Biden the “love of my life” on Valentine’s Day.
  • Jill Biden decorates the White House with hearts for Valentine’s Day
  • She posted a heart-shaped message on the North Lawn of the White House.
  • “Three things will endure forever: faith, hope, and love, and love is the greater,” says 1 Corinthians 13:1.
  • It comes with cardboard cutouts of Commander’s new puppy and Willow’s new cat.
  • Jill Biden’s message of love and unity comes as President Joe Biden’s approval ratings continue to fall.

President Joe Biden called Jill Biden “the love of my life” in a Valentine’s Day message when the first lady decorated the White House with hearts in honor of the holiday.

The first couple returned to the White House from Camp David on Monday morning with the First Lady wearing a corsage of white flowers around her wrist.

“Happy Valentine’s Day,” the president said as the first couple entered the residence.

He posted a more romantic message on Twitter.

“You are the love of my life and the life of my love, Jilly. Happy Valentine’s Day,” the president tweeted, posting an undated photo of the two sitting on the beach.

Meanwhile, just like last year, Jill Biden posted a heart-shaped message on the North Lawn of the White House. In it, she quotes a Bible verse from Corinthians and adds cardboard cutouts of a new dog, Commander, and a new cat, Willow.

“Three things endure forever: faith, hope, and love, and love is the greater,” says 1 Corinthians 13:13.

“From our family to yours: Happy Valentine’s Day!” — wrote Jill Biden on Twitter.

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden return to the White House from Camp David on Monday morning with the First Lady wearing a bodice around her wrist.

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden return to the White House from Camp David on Monday morning with the First Lady wearing a bodice around her wrist.

Jill Biden decorated the White House with hearts for Valentine's Day - the message is accompanied by cardboard cutouts of Commander's new puppy and Willow's new cat.

Jill Biden decorated the White House with hearts for Valentine’s Day – the message is accompanied by cardboard cutouts of Commander’s new puppy and Willow’s new cat.

Jill Biden decorates the White House with hearts for Valentine's Day

The First Lady will host 20 second graders from Ayton Elementary School and their teacher Alejandro Diasgranados at the White House on Monday.

The students made a heart-shaped artwork that hangs in the East Wing of the White House for the holiday.

The hearts are tied together and hung in a window right at the entrance to the east wing, along with three large red hearts placed on the floor, labeled “hope”, “healing” and “love”. East wing.

Diasgranados was named Washington Teacher of the Year in 2021.

Jill Biden’s message of love and unity comes as President Joe Biden’s approval ratings continue to fall. Only 41% approve of the way he does his job, while 58% disapprove, according to a CNN poll.

Americans have expressed disappointment with President Biden’s handling of the economy as the country is experiencing record inflation. They also express fatigue from the coronavirus pandemic.

The east wing is decorated with heartfelt messages created by second graders from the local elementary school.

The east wing is decorated with heartfelt messages created by second graders from the local elementary school.

“Three things will endure forever—faith, hope, and love, and the greatest of these is love,” says 1 Corinthians 13:1 in the First Lady’s Valentine’s Day message.

“Three things will endure forever—faith, hope, and love, and the greatest of these is love,” says 1 Corinthians 13:1 in the First Lady’s Valentine’s Day message.

Jill Biden decorates the White House with hearts for Valentine's Day

The First Lady has named Valentine’s Day as one of her favorite holidays.

“Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays because it’s all about love,” Jill Biden said in a video for the annual Super Bowl Puppy Bowl.

She wore a turtleneck knitted sweater with “Love” written on the front and appeared with Biden’s puppy Commander.

Last year, the First Lady also placed heart-shaped signs on the North Lawn. She and President Biden walked around on Valentine’s Day, coffee cups in hand, to see her creation.

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