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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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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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Homemade Picnicing

In this time of “social distancing”, crafting a Romantic Interlude takes more creativity or thinking outside-the-box. Dining out may not be an option and sitting close to that many other people may be uncomfortable. Time for a Romantic Picnic. If … Continue reading

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Be Prepared For The Unexpected Romantic Interlude

Instead of creating a Romantic Interlude, create a plan for an opportune moment. Life is hard. Some days suck the life out of you. You get home and don’t have the desire to think about dinner or anything else. You … Continue reading

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What’s Your Romantic Focus

For years I dreamt of touring full time with a Christian vocal band: creating sweet harmonies, seeing the joy we’d bring to thousands. From college days to past my post-graduation diploma, I worked on my dream: Weekend concerts and limited … 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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Old Age and Romance

Before him sat four judges – well-known and successful. He sensed more than actually saw the audience behind them. People he’d never met sat ready to pass their unqualified verdict on his dream. His calm, smiling veneer camouflaged the battle … Continue reading

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A “B” Student Romance

In high school, I was an average student. Think my cumulative GPA was maybe around a 2.5 (“C+”). Not very remarkable. In the middle of my 3rd year, for some unknown reason I decided to see if I could make … Continue reading

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Springtime Romantic Interlude

There’s something about changing seasons which lifts someone’s mood. This is especially true of the springtime. After seemingly endless weeks of dull grey and cold temperatures, sunshine, flowers and a bit of warmth reinvigorates. When the forecast is for a … Continue reading

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It’s Romantic Where You Are

“Jill, Saturday night’s supposed to be clear skies and a full moon. Let’s go for a moonlight stroll.” “I’d love to take a romantic stroll with you, Eli.” Picture doing something like that with your sweetheart. Little anticipatory comments drifted … Continue reading

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