Monthly Archives: August 2020

A Note, A Gift Card and An Interlude

Gift cards are considered a lazy way to give a gift. Doesn’t take much thought. But if used correctly, they create a Romantic Interlude. Place a $10, €10, £5 or whatever note in an envelope. Include a gift certificate to … Continue reading

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Anticipating an Unexpected Romantic Interlude

A Romantic Interlude is a memorable event you design which reminds your sweetheart why he/she “fell for you”. Two things you can do will help this Romantic Interlude become a unique, shared memory. Design something unexpected, and Create anticipation. Great, … Continue reading

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Romantically Playing With Your Food

Did you ever get in trouble for playing with your food? I know I did. Time to play with your food and your sweetheart. Set several different types of fruit on the table. Open some chocolate, butterscotch and/or marshmallow sauces. … Continue reading

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A Little Adventure, A Big Romance

“We’re not supposed to go there!” “Maybe. But I think you’ll like it.” “But the sign says . . .” “It says ‘Caution, steep drop off’. Nothing about keep out.” “Looks a bit dangerous.” Sharon went through the gate and … Continue reading

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A Truly Romantic Getaway

These Romantic Interlude suggestions are usually location agnostic. This time I want to continue with the idea of finding a getaway your sweetheart finds romantic. Search for the “best” or “most romantic adventure” and add whatever location parameters you wish. … Continue reading

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Most Romantic Small Towns – U.S.A.

Firstly, my apologies for those reader outside the U.S. Sometimes the information may restrict the contents. Someone sent me a link to this article, “The Most Romantic Small Towns in the U.S.” Only in the U.S.? Seems a little restrictive. … Continue reading

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Simple Gestures Are Romantic

A Romantic Interlude doesn’t have to be mushy, gushy and flowery. It can be a small, unexpected gesture you make to your sweetheart. For example. If the kitchen is a foreign realm to you and you can’t tell a sieve … Continue reading

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How Would You Define Romance

What is romance? Canvass your family and friends. You’ll get a variety of responses. Some talk about flowers, chocolates, Valentine’s and stuff like that. Some laugh nervously and hint about “getting lucky”. Others stare at their shoes, shrug their shoulders … Continue reading

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A Card, A Memory, and an Anniversary Celebration

Continuing the thought about celebrating anniversaries, here’s how to romantically extend the celebration. Remember the first bouquet of your relationship? Doesn’t matter if you gave or received the bouquet. If you don’t remember the first one, think back to a … Continue reading

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