Clippings for Romance

Remember the last time you saw a poem, story or cartoon where one person communicated to another, “You are very special to me”?

Next time you find something like that, use it to create a Romantic Interlude with your sweetheart.

Clip the story or cartoon. If it’s not practical to cut it out (i.e. you found this in a book at the doctor’s waiting room), transcribe it. Print it out later.

Take the clipping or printout and put it where your sweetheart will find it: in a drawer, with their lunch or on the front seat of their car. It’ll create a warm glow in your sweetheart’s heart.

You might wonder how I know this is a great Romantic Interlude. Well, my sweetheart did this for me. The clipping from the comic strip is by the sink where I see it every day. 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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