Monthly Archives: February 2021

A Romantic Interlude of Shapes and Sizes

A day at a museum or an afternoon at a gallery can be a bit different and fun to do with your sweetheart. Make it a joint adventure. Just before you begin exploring the different displays, ask your sweetheart to … Continue reading

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Building Your Sweetheart’s Romantic Confidence

A confident sweetheart is attractive? And a confident romantic alluring, fascinating? But it’s possible your sweetheart isn’t so confident. You know your sweetheart and can see the wonderfulness of him/her. You see specks and splashes of confidence. And you’d like … Continue reading

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Romance When Your Sweetheart is Ill

Sometimes your sweetheart may not feel well. Maybe just nauseous or possibly a full blow “I’m dying” illness. You can still romance your sweetheart. Serve a light meal. When someone feels “puny”, certain foods are “therapeutic”: warm soup or a … Continue reading

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An Arrogant or Confident Romantic?

Which do you find more attractive? An arrogant romantic? Or, A confident romantic? Some believe arrogance and confidence are related. Arrogance is just overboard confidence. Not true. This is the reason you’re attracted by confidence and nauseated by arrogance. Shelly … Continue reading

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A Short Romantic Getaway

Is your life busy? Does your relationship live at a frenetic, noisy pace? That’s no place for romance. Silence the cacophony for a couple hours and allow room for romance. Invite your sweetheart to join you for a short getaway. … Continue reading

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Your Unromantic Background Doesn’t Dictate Your Today Romance

Her mom, a teenager. Her biological dad, absent. The family, unstable. His mother, a lady of the night. Him, a baby she didn’t want. His stepmom didn’t want him either, kicked him out on his own at age 16. Odds … Continue reading

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Who Done It Romantic Interlude

Get a bucket of sidewalk chalk and go for a walk with your sweetheart. About every 20-50 feet and every turn, take turns drawing arrows marking your path. At random spots leave fun, mischievous chalk messages. Maybe draw an arrow … Continue reading

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Mischievous Romance

I have great memories of mischievous things I did with close friends. It was often things only we knew about, or we were the only ones who knew who was responsible. The time Holly, Jimmy and I crawled under the … Continue reading

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Romantic Interlude Debrief

Created a different kind of Romantic Interlude. Something beyond the tried and true routine of dinner and a movie. Instead, I took my sweetheart for an afternoon at the botanical gardens. After strolling the enchanting displays, we spent half an … Continue reading

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