Dating ideas for older couples

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Sadly, we’ve gotten to the point now that many of our dates are spent running errands or in the car taking longer than our meal to decide on a restaurant.To help with this dilemma, I created a list of fifty-two original dates that I can utilize to help us climb out of our dating rut.Each night, I would open a box of pasta and pour the contents into boiling water.I assumed that different shaped pasta was a different meal. Occasionally I would even change the flavor of sauce. About two and half months into our marriage, my sweet husband kindly asked if we could have anything other than pasta for dinner. In all my months of cooking, it never dawned on me that I served the same meal every night.Here is a list of free or nearly free ideas to make your dating a pure pleasure: 1. Have a candle light picnic in an unusual location, like your rooftop, a park bench or over looking the ocean. Go on a photo date where you snap photos of each other all over the city. ." Then count the ways you enjoy loving each other. Write a song or a poem and perform it for the one you love. When my husband, Jason, and I first were married, I wanted to make dinner every night.

Since it can be hard to find a sitter, I decided to compile a list of dates you can plan and do at home as well as out on the town, without breaking the bank! If finances permit it, take them to a one hour developing location. Write clues on dime-store Valentines and place them around town, then take your love on a car rally or treasure hunt. Robert and Elizabeth Browning's works are a nice place to begin. You may want to frame your favorite snap shot and give it to your spouse with a note. The date consists of gathering clues and small romantic treasures like poems, chocolates, and other small treats. We’ve come up with some fun, romantic ways to spend time with your spouse. And if you have any date suggestions of your own to share, we would love to hear from you!Email your tips to This email address is being protected from spambots. NEWEST Be a tourist in your own area Is there somewhere nearby where you’ve always wanted to go?It can be easy for us to plan dream vacations to places far and wide, but enjoying something in our own backyard can be just as fun! Tackle a DIY project Many of us have big plans for DIY projects but we never get around to them.

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