My husband Chris is an extremely loving and kind man. My husband tells me daily, in fact, often several times each day, how much he loves me. I feel very loved, cherished and treasured. However, if there’s anything lacking I suppose it’s a sense of romance. I mean, being told daily how much someone loves you is romantic, but I’d love to be swept off my feet every now and then. Wouldn’t you?
Chris cooks dinner occasionally, he’ll be nice and water the garden when I’m not feeling well. He’ll even rub my legs or back when they are sore. That’s nice and I’m sure many women don’t get that kind of treatment regularly.
Still, I think I need to perhaps print out a few of these romantic ideas for him. Give him a hint. I’d be thrilled if I woke up one morning and found a romantic note on the pillow beside me.
One of the other romantic ideas that I find appealing is “Ask your wife on a romantic date”. I’d love that. We do go out for dinner from time to time, but we often have friends or family around. It’s rarely just the two of us. I think it would be really quite sweet if he planned a romantic evening at one of my favorite restaurants.
We actually live fairly close to Niagara falls – the lovely Canadian side of course. It’s only about a 1.5 hour drive away. We gone there for day trips, but never to stay overnight. Considering that we never even had a honeymoon because he was just finishing his college course when we got married and I’d just started a new job, going to Niagara Falls for a very late honeymoon or perhaps a wedding anniversary would be an ideal romantic get away for us.
I wonder how I can get some of these ideas into his head without spelling it out for him? Perhaps, you my readers, could drop by his blog and leave hints for him? Hmmm?
Whether he ever does something exceedingly romantic or not – it’s ok. I love him and he loves me and that makes life pretty darn good.