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Romantic things Part 8

August 23, 2010 1 comment

– If you are musically inclined, write a love song for your partner. Call it something like “Natasha’s Song”.
Produce a professional looking manuscript, print it out and get it framed.Record your song onto CD and take a photo of your partner and get a print shop to create a CD cover if you can’t create one on your computer.  Place the framed manuscript and the CD in a box and give it to your partner as a special gift.
– Pick your partner up for a date and blindfold her before driving to a special  destination.  Try to make the destination something really unexpected like a table set up at the top of a cliff or a dinner on a boat or old-fashioned ship. It needs to be something that will have an impact when she removes the blindfold.
– Have a really big pillow fight. Set up for it by buying two pillows that are filled with feathers. Put holes in the pillows so the feathers will start to fly and then attack your partner when you feel the time is right.
– Get out into the great outdoors. After a day of hiking, build an open fire. Sit by the fire with your partner, toast marshmallows and watch as the embers of the fire climb into the night sky.

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Romantic things Part 7

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Fill the trunk of your car with helium balloons. Drive to a romantic spot in the country to go for a walk. The ideal spot is somewhere up high with a clear view of the surrounding countryside.
Get out of the car and act as though you are about to set off for your walk. Make sure your partner is closer to the car than you and then throw her the keys and ask if she can get your jacket from the trunk while you tie your  shoelace.
When she opens the boot the balloons will be released. You can also place a sign saying, “I Love You” on the inside of the trunk so that it will be revealed when the trunk opens.
– On a special occasion create a unique present for your partner by buying two white t-shirts and some fabric paint. Draw half a heart and the letters LO on one t-shirt and the half a heart and the letters VE on the other t-shirt.  When you walk down the street holding each other close, the heart will be made whole and your message of love revealed.
– On a hot summers day, buy two large water pistols and take them to the  beach with you.  Pull them out and throw one to your partner and then have a huge water fight.
– Share your food with your partner. When you go out for a meal, hold a forkful  up to her mouth and say, “You’ve got to try this.”  Sharing your food and even feeding each other is a great way to become closer as a couple.
– Compliment your partner in public. If you are talking in a group and it is appropriate to the conversation say something like, “Kate makes the most incredible roast.” Squeeze her hand while you are talking about her.
– Arrange a special day off from work. Start with breakfast, go for a walk in the park, go shopping, have afternoon tea in a cozy cafe and finish off with a romantic dinner.

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Romantic things Part 6

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– Buy a book that you and your partner are both interested in reading. Read one chapter each night in bed with each of you taking turns to read out loud. This can be a great alternative to television.
– When your partner is having a shower or bath, take her towel and place it in the dryer to make it really warm and then wrap her up in it when she is done.
– Photocopy your hand and fax a copy of it to your partner with a message saying, “Do ya wanna hold hands?”
– Next time you order a pizza, ask to have it cut into a heart shape before it is  delivered to your home.
– Buy a box of chocolates and very carefully open one side of the plastic wrap so that you can gently slide the box out. Open the box and place a love note inside. Then slide the box back into its plastic wrap and reseal it.
– Rent a tandem bike and go for a ride with your partner. At the end of your  ride have a picnic in the park.
– Speak to your partner’s family and find out what her favorite book was when  she was a little girl.  Buy a copy of the book and read it to her in bed.
– Write an email story with your partner. Start the ball rolling with an email that  says something like:
Chapter 1:
This is the story of Pete and Kate who met at a friend’s engagement party one summer afternoon. The email can then continue to develop the beginnings of a story which can  be completely fictitious or a combination of fiction and reality.  Finish your email by saying, “And now for Chapter 2, its over to you…”
– Buy a kite and on a windy day find a park and fly the kite with your partner.  If you can afford it, buy a large kite that you control with two hand lines. These kites are great fun

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Romantic things Part 5

August 23, 2010 1 comment

-Buy a tree with your partner and plant it in a special spot. Each year on your anniversary, have a glass of champagne next to your tree and talk about how your love and the tree have grown.
– If you shower first in the morning. Steam up the bathroom and write a message such as “Pete Loves Kathy” on the mirror for your partner to read when she uses the bathroom. This also works on car windows when it’s cold.
– As a special gift, name a Star after your partner. A number of astronomical agencies allow individuals to name stars and you receive formal documentation identifying the star that you have named.
– Find a comic strip that relates to something that you and your partner have shared together, for example perhaps you both work in the same office and you find a Dilbert cartoon that relates to the politics at your workplace.
Enlarge the cartoon using a photocopier and use white-out to cover the cartoon text. Type up your own text that relates to you and your partner and paste it in the appropriate places and then photocopy the cartoon again so   that it looks like your text was the actual text of the cartoon. For an added touch, get your customized cartoon laminated before giving it to your partner.
– When you and your partner are enjoying a restful time away, organize to wake  up early one morning and go to a scenic spot to watch the sun rise. This may seem difficult but it is something which is definitely worth doing at  least once. Seeing a new day being born is something really special to share with your partner.
– When you have access to a spa, create a romantic atmosphere by placing  some candles around the tub and some rose petals floating on the surface of the water. As your partner enjoys the water, serve champagne and chocolate covered  strawberries before joining her.

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Romantic things Part 4

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– When you and your partner are in a shopping center or airport, stop at one of those booths that allow you to take an instant photo and print them out as stickers. Choose a romantic background and kiss your partner while the photo is being  taken. If your partner has voice mail at work or on her mobile, leave a message saying  “Just wanted to let you know that I’m thinking of you.”  She will appreciate this anytime but especially when she is going through a  rough period.
– Organize a mystery trip for you and your partner. Some travel agents will organize mystery packages where the destination of the trip is kept secret until you are actually on the plane or arrive at the destination.
– Buy some rose petals and place them behind the sun visor on the passenger side of your car. Take a post it note and write, “I Love You” on it and stick it to the back of the sun visor.
As you are driving to a romantic destination, look at your partner and tell her she has a mark on her cheek. She will pull down the sun visor to use the mirror and be showered in rose petals and see your note.
– If your partner is going on a trip, pack a small present into the corner of her suitcase that she will find when she is away.
– When you and your partner are having an anniversary, buy two champagne  glasses and get them engraved with your names and the date, for example:  Mal and Kate 7 May 2002
Go to the restaurant where you have made your reservations and request that when you and your partner arrive that your champagne be served in your special glasses. This will be a great surprise for your partner and a wonderful keepsake for you both.
– On a special occasion such as your partner’s birthday, buy twenty-four red roses. Arrange to meet her at a specific spot in a shopping mall before going

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romantic things Part 3

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– Invite your partner to go for a walk. Get a back pack and pack the following items: A picnic blanket, a selection of fruit in small containers
eg.strawberries, grapes, watermelon and kiwi fruit. Some cheese and crackers. Some sandwiches. A small tin of caviar. A half bottle of champagne and two plastic champagne glasses. If your partner asks what’s in the backpack, just  say a jacket and some lunch.
When you find a romantic spot, ask if she would like to stop for a bite to eat. Open your pack and remove the items one by one to set up your picnic. The last item you remove should be the glasses and champagne.
– If you play a musical instrument, create a romantic environment in which to play for your partner. For example, let’s say you play the saxophone. Contact your partner’s roommate and arrange for her to make sure that your partner  steps out onto the balcony of their apartment at exactly 9.30pm.
Drive to her apartment and set up before hand. Place a large sparkler in the music holder of your sax and light it as your partner steps on to the balcony. Play something slow and romantic.
– Use this idea if your partner is going to work and you are staying at home for some reason (Perhaps you are sick or are working from home). Say goodbye to her at the front door and then immediately send an email to  her work address. The email should simply say,  “Miss you already”. The email will be in her in-box when she does her morning email check.
– If your partner has long hair, take the time to brush it using long slow strokes. This is particularly effective after she has had a shower or when she is getting ready for bed.

– Invite your partner to go for a walk. Get a back pack and pack the following

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Romantic things Part 2

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– Memorize one of Shakespeare’s love sonnets and recite it to your partner when you are in a romantic setting like a botanical garden. Don’t just suddenly start reciting poetry as this will just sound corny. While you are cuddling your partner, ask in a joking manner, “So is now a good time to recite a love poem to you?” She will probably say yes, expecting  you to come up with something of the “Roses are Red…” variety.
Instead, look into her eyes, smile and recite the sonnet while you gently stroke her face. Try the sonnet.
– If you are walking by a park, visit the swings and give your partner a ride. This will often bring back happy memories from her childhood.
– If your partner has to work late, take a lunch box and fill it with some of her favorite things such as chocolates, herbal tea, cookies, a small teddy bear. Next, get a piece of paper and write “Michelle’s Late Night Survival Pack” Draw a big red cross below this and stick the paper to the top of the box. Tell your partner to open the box when things get really tough.
– If your partner is starting a new job, buy a copy of “The Sound Of Music” sound track. Tape the song, “I Have Confidence” onto a tape and add your own message at the end of the song saying, “Good Luck honey, I have confidence in you”. Give the tape to your partner to play on the way to work in the car.
– Buy a small decorated cardboard box, a sheet of colored tissue paper, some massage oil and a blank card. Line the box with the tissue paper. Place the massage oil in the box and write the following message on the card: I know a great Masseur. For an appointment ring: (Your Phone Number)

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