My husband and I took a mini-vacation recently (we piggy backed a couple of days off on top of a needed trip). We were in Seattle, WA and spent several hours wandering around Pike Place Market. We ate bagel sandwiches, bought a very cool light switch plate, and bought some new (to us) flavors of tea. We did a lot of people watching and generally enjoyed looking through the booths and shops.
Something like this may not be your cup of tea, but you can take a few tips away from our experience.
1. When you have to do something (job, appointment, errands, etc.), look for couple time experiences that you can piggyback onto your trip.
2. Dates don’t have to cost that much (we paid for parking). We could have taken a lunch and just window shopped.
3. Look for local events to experience together. Check your local newspaper or city website.
Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years. Simone Signoret
Date Ideas from generous wives everywhere (add your ideas as a comment).
Be generous! Lori <><