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Marriage Anniversary
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Tuesday, 05 June 2007

Marriage, one of the most important events in a person's life, can not be properly celebrated only once a year. It should be cherished daily and celebrated as often as possible. I try to informally celebrate our wedding anniversary on the 27th of each month (my wife and I were married on May 27th).

I don't always plan something elaborate. In fact, sometimes I only buy or make a card for her. It is nearly always a surprise what I plan so she doesn't know if she will receive a card or actually be taken out for a date.

If there is a movie or concert she has wanted to go to, I buy tickets for that. Or I take her to see a garden or museum on the weekend when we have more time to enjoy it. You don't have to be locked in on celebrating your wedding (or engagement or other special day) a certain day each month. Just try to celebrate it often and with creativity.
Ways to celebrate a monthly anniversary
◊ Buy or make a card
◊ Visit the zoo or museum
◊ Plan a picnic
◊ Go for a drive through the countryside
◊ See a concert or play
◊ Go out for a special (not necessarily expensive) dinner
◊ Order dinner in and drink champagne
◊ Go to the drive-in

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12 Romantic Christmass Days
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Wednesday, 06 June 2007
Forget the swans a swimming and the partridge in a pear tree. Use ideas from this book to celebrate a creatively romantic Christmas. I guaranteed these items are much easier to find than turtle doves and less expensive than golden rings.
On the first day of Christmas... buy your mate one box of their favorite cereal and lace it with lots of “prizes.” Throw in some golf tees, Hershey kisses, toy cars or whatever would bring out the child in them.
On the second day of Christmas... Take out your two engraved toasting glasses from the china cabinet and use them. Reminisce the day you first sipped from them. If you never had any engrave your own by buying some stencils and etching paste at a craft store.
On the third day of Christmas... Have three meals together. You could go all out with breakfast in bed, a picnic lunch and a candlelit dinner. Better yet, spend less time preparing the meal and more time sharing it together.
On the fourth day of Christmas... Put the pedal to the metal and four on the floor. Take a peaceful drive for the day. Go to county, sight see in the city or cruise around looking at Christmas lights.
On the fifth day of Christmas... Fax or deliver a photocopy of your five fingers (plus the rest of your hand) to your Love at work. Tell them you can’t wait to be together to hold the real thing.
On the six day of Christmas... Give her a half dozen of her favorite flower – one at a time. Leave one on the pillow, one on her car seat, one at her office, etc.
On the seventh day of Christmas... Count your lucky stars by gazing into the 7th heaven. If the night is overcast, arrange glow-in-the-dark ones on the bedroom ceiling.
On the eighth day of Christmas... Buy an 8 pack of crayons and together design and color a personalized coloring book of happy memories you have shared.
On the ninth day of Christmas... Cats aren’t the only ones with 9 lives. Take out your scrapbooks, photo albums or home movies and spend the day soaking up the sweet memories of your past lives together (adolescent, teenager, dating, engaged, married, parent) and then began planning for the future ones (empty nest, grandparent, retirement) .
On the tenth day of Christmas... Massage your sweetheart’s aching shoulders for ten minutes. Throw in a back scratch, a foot massage and a hair brushing if you are feeling extra generous.
On the eleventh day of Christmas... Bake him eleven of his favorite cookies (since most recipes make one dozen, these will be bigger than usual – he won’t complain). Stick a wooden skewer through the side of each cookie and then wrap the cookie in a colored plastic wrap. Place them in a box or vase as you would a dozen roses.
On the twelfth day of Christmas... YOu can also buy her the best Christmas Present ever!!
Present your sweetheart with a custom made twelve month calendar for new year. Use personal photographs or your own drawings to make it unique. Highlight special days for the new year.
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First there was romance
Written by Web Master   
Saturday, 12 June 2004

Romance is not a once or twice a year thing. It’s not reserved for special occasions, holidays or just to get out of “the dog house.”
Contrary to what many other “romance” books state, romance has little to do with Jewelry, chocolates, roses or sex. Romance doesn’t have to be expensive or sap hours from your day.

Man (or woman) is the center of real RoMANce. It’s about sharing and giving of you. It’s a combination of all the little (and big) things you do to say “I Love you” and to let someone know how special they are. What is most romantic comes from your heart (and created by your hands), not from inside your wallet. You can buy her a Romantic Gift .

Make it a goal to being romantic all year round – starting today.

On this site you will find many good advices about romance, Marriage, proposals, how to pop the biggest question, how to be romantic. Browse our site, post on forums, meet other people, read advices, recommendations from them.

I have one word for you - E N J O Y

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