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Awesome Lori! I remember the time that my husband and I started to give more attention to these details again and it made such a difference in our relationship. It is true that things “dry” up that you used to enjoy. I used to love the moment when he came bacj from work; we lived on the prairies in the beginning of our marriage; we lived in a mobile home back then. And when he came home with his bike, he always circled around the mobile home several times and it made me feel like….I am here for you!! It was just special…. Right now, I still like the moment that he comes home; we let each other know….
Olga, I love your story. The little things like him circling the house and reveling in being home again and your enjoyment and anticipation of his arrival is so precious. Exactly the type of moments I am talking about that we need to revel in and remember. They bring us such joy.
Hi Lori, one of the challenges I face with my ‘crazy busy’ schedule is making a conscious choice to remain connected with my spouse. We used to go to a theatre show at least once a month when we met and he’s said countless times how much he misses that. Well my commitment is to spend a staycation with him and do all those things that we did in the early days of our ‘continuing to blossom’ love for each other. Great article!! Thanks for sharing
hmmm I think the wife would agree,,,our best anniversary gift was a trip to Niagara Falls, took plenty of time.. walked a lot of historic areas near the falls…”found” a play getting ready to start in a little historic theatre…it was “The Lion King”…we didn’t plan a thing on this trip except…take our time, explore, adventerous, in a place with actually lots of people around…not a secluded place…anyway thanks for the article…good stuff Lorie!
Thanks for sharing Lori. Our anniversary lands between Christmas and New Years so it is in the winter and can sometimes get a bit lost in the commotion. However we always at least go out for a nice dinner to celebrate, but maybe since we have been married 40 years it time to be more creative!
This is a great article Lori. One of the most memorable anniversaries my husband and I shared was a Caribbean Cruise. I will say after almost 42 years of marriage, staying connected on a daily basis is the foundation for a wonderful anniversary celebration no matter what you choose to do.
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