Romantic virtual cards

Cards and written atestations of love are very romantic. People enjoy getting something in the mail or email that tells them that their  sweetheart took time to put something romantic down in writing. So here’s an idea that marries old-fashion card-sending, new-fashioned means of communications and romance.

Surprise your sweetheart with a virtual card, “just because it’s Friday.”

You can find virtual cards at:

www.123greetings.com

www.BlueMountainArts.com

www.egreetings.com

There are many others but these are resources to touch your sweetheart in romantic ways.

Customize it and surprise him/her.

A little later this week I’ll write about romancing your sweetheart without using words. Robert

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Helping people grow relationships via romance. Been studying, researching, observing what is romance and how to be romantic since the 90's.
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