Dating Your Spouse: Planning an evening on the town--no kids by Alyice Edrich
talk about the kids, work, school, finances, health problems, or anything else that could add stress or put a damper on the evening.
Talk about fun, no-nonsense things instead.
10.Share a dessert.
Order your spouse’s favorite dessert and two forks, and then intertwine those arms and offer a bite to one another.
11.Bring out the finale.
If you’re really adventurous, get down on one knee, look your spouse in the eyes, and tell her how much your life together means to you while handing over that beautifully gift-wrapped box.
If that’s a bit too mushy for you, just reach across the table, grab your spouse’s hands, tell her how much you love her and then say, “Oh wait, I have something for you.” And pop out that gift.
Have you always wanted to try salsa dancing? What about line dancing?
Now is the time to try something new, you’ll laugh so hard that it’s the perfect way to end the evening.
Can’t find a themed dance studio in your area? That’s okay, just boogie the night away at your local dance club.
About the Author: Alyice Edrich is the author of several work from home e-books, and the editor-in-chief of a national publication for BUSY parents. Subscribe to her free e-newsletter at http://thedabblingmum.com/joinezine.htm to win a free book!