Great ideas for Valentine’s Day!
Give your wife a dozen red roses. On each stem attach a note for a future date—something she would really enjoy
Make a book about why you love your spouse and why you are thankful for him/her. (Will give you the opportunity to think about the positive reasons we love them instead of dwelling on any of the negative)
Enjoy a candlelight dinner at home and plan to watch a romantic movie together with dessert.
Hide little candies in your spouse’s clothes, under the pillow, in the car, etc.
Fill a jar with Valentine candy and notes for your spouse. Make the notes good for future events: example- back rub, trip to mountains or beach, husband can do dishes for a week, or you can make notes of things that you appreciate about your spouse.
Make a special “14 Reasons Why I Love You” Valentine’s Day breakfast. Leave the note on your spouse’s plate.
Visit places in your home town that you haven’t visited before and enjoy the drive and new food options.
Switch it up for a special Valentine’s Day breakfast at a new restaurant.
Have a picnic full of memories…Treat your Valentine to a carpet picnic…in your living room! Instead of making an extravagant meal, separately buy each other’s favorite appetizers and finger foods. Get foods that hold certain memories; your first date, etc.
Light candles while you dine and share memories of your life together.
Have fun on Valentine’s Day but remember: Love is not meant to be given and received just on Valentine’s Day. Instead, it’s to be practiced every single day of the entire year!!
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