IDEA # 82
Go to a masquerade ball. Send an invitation to your partner telling her to meet you at a specific spot at the stroke of eight.
Wear a mask and when you meet her, don’t say a word. Just take her hand and lead her on to the dance floor.
IDEA # 83
On Thursday, ask your partner to pack a bag for the weekend. Tell her she’ll need casual clothes and walking shoes but don’t tell her what you have got planned.
Pick her up after work on Friday and drive to a romantic bed and breakfast for a romantic weekend of relaxation.
IDEA # 84
When you are relaxing at home one night, take two large sheets of paper and some pencils or crayons. On each piece of paper, draw the outline of a large crystal ball sitting on a stand.
Tell your partner to look into her crystal ball and draw what she sees five years in the future. Do the same thing yourself and then come together to share and discuss your drawings.
IDEA # 85
Create a loving nickname for your partner. This could be the name she was called by her family when she was a little girl or something that is special just for the two of you.
IDEA # 86
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.
IDEA # 87
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.
IDEA # 88
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.
IDEA # 89
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.
IDEA # 90
If your partner uses a computer, take a photo of the two of you and get it scanned at a print shop (or scan it at home) and store it on disk as a .bmp file.
Transfer the file onto your partner’s computer and set the image as the computer’s wallpaper.
To do this on a Windows machine, select Start / Settings / Control Panel /
Display. Choose the Background tab and click the Browse button to find your .bmp file.
IDEA # 91
If you are artistically inclined, do a life drawing course, practice until you are confident and then ask your partner to pose for you.
IDEA # 92
Take your partner to a carnival or festival. Try the following:
(1) Food festival
(2) Jazz festival
(3) Wine festival
(4) Music festival
About the author
Michael Webb is founder of www.TheRomantic.com and the best-selling author of 11 books on love, romance and relationships. He is widely regarded in the media as one of the nation’s top experts on relationship matters.
Michael has been interviewed hundreds of times by the press from around the world and had been given the title of “The World’s Most Romantic Man” (although he personally doubts it is true).
His sage advice and whimsical ideas have been praised in the pages of top publications including, Family Circle, Bridal Guide, Woman’s Day, Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health and in over two hundred other magazines and newspapers worldwide.
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