Middle of the Week Romance

Don’t restrict Romance to nights and weekends.

Ask your sweetheart to take a vacation day in the middle of the week. Even if you have kids, this should give you (plural) 6 hours or so for your Romantic Interlude.

Find something you’ll both enjoy doing. Savor a late brunch. Visit a local arts center, museum, zoo or park. Spend time hiking or snow skiing.

You’ll discover fewer people crowd these locales midweek and you’ll feel less pressure to cut the Interlude short because of bedtime.

I tried this recently. We found the time less harried and more relaxing than a typical weekend or evening – wonderful time together. See what you think. Robert

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