Tom Brady Delivers A Message About Love On Valentine’s Day
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Tom Brady Delivers A Message About Love On Valentine’s Day

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Tom Brady is currently enjoying retirement right now. Just a few weeks ago, Brady took to social media where he revealed that he would no longer be playing football. Although this was a big decision to make, it is one that fans can probably forgive. After all, Brady played 23 years in the NFL, which is an excessive amount of seasons. Furthermore, he won 7 Super Bowl championships which is a record amongst quarterbacks. Needless to say, he has nothing left to prove when it comes to the sport that he loves so dearly.

As for his personal life, Brady is divorced from Gisele Bundchen. Interestingly enough, today marks the first Valentine’s Day in which they will be apart. Valentine’s Day can be a pretty awful day for those without a significant other. After all, this is a holiday that is meant to celebrate love. Overall, it is a Hallmark holiday that can fill you with jealousy, and perhaps even a whole lot of sadness.

Tom Brady Speaks

However, Brady has chosen to go an interesting route this Valentine’s Day. According to People, Brady went on his Instagram and reshared a quote about love. The quote reads “Love is not a transaction, it is a certain exuberance and sweetness of your emotion.” For now, it remains to be seen whether or not this was a subliminal message to Gisele. Although, it is clear that Brady has some unique opinions on what love is. Love is one of those concepts that has a whole plethora of different definitions. Everyone’s perception of love is different, and there is definitely nothing wrong with that.

Hopefully, Brady isn’t feeling too lonely this Valentine’s Day. After all, he is the most eligible bachelor in all of Florida right now. That said, let us know what you think of Brady’s shared quote, in the comments down below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news and updates from around the sports world.

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