Candlelight Memory

July 5, 2012

in the generous life

From The Generous Wife archive:

When my husband and I went on an anniversary trip awhile back, we stopped at a candle store and bought a selection of scented gel candles. Most evenings, I will light one up for a lovely scent in the bedroom. The other day, my husband said that he could still smell the scent of the candle from the night before when he walked into the bedroom (he has a very good sense of smell). Given his tone of voice and smile, … let’s just say he was happy about the pleasurable memory associated with the scent.

I thought that was pretty cool. Something as simple as a scented candle could be used to build intimacy … a lovely scent associated with intimacy and, later, the remembrance of that experience.

So try a few nice candles. Most malls have a candle store or two. Also the “candle store” link above will take you to the store where we purchased our candles and they are happy to mail them (US and abroad).

I love thee to the level of every day’s most quiet need, by sun and candle light … I love thee with the breath, smiles, tears, of all my life. Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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A very insightful article about inviting your husband to engage in relationship ~ How to Get Lean (from Journey to Surrender) I liked his perspectives on Women’s Lib.

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Don’t be pulled in by the hype! ~ Magic Mike, Marriage, and Women’s Libido ( To Love, Honor and Vacuum)

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mrs. dave July 5, 2012 at 6:21 am

I agree! We have a baked apple pie wood wick candle. Wow! The scent is very nice, and the crackle of the wood wick makes it even more romantic. :)

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