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Friday, April 25, 2014

Continue-The-Courtship Night (At Home) - Musical Memories


 Here is your (cheap - stuck at home because you have small children) date idea. 

1. Put the kids to bed or distract them with some entertainment. Baby monitors work great at times like this

2. Go to YouTube and make a playlist together of all your favorite songs from high school. Try to remember where you were when you heard these songs.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Continue The Courtship Night (At Home) - 365 Questions


Alright all you married lovers out there, here is your (couple on a budget with small children) date idea for this week.

After putting the kids to bed early, retire to your room, lock the door and take turns asking each other questions from the "365 Questions for Couples" book ISBN#978-1580620680 

As you've seen on my Facebook page, I promote "getting to know your spouse" a lot and this book is great for helping you grow closer as a couple. It has fun questions anywhere from "Who did you play with as a young child?" to "Do you believe we have a normal healthy sex life?" 

These are great conversation starters and (as you may already know) conversation is the strongest aphrodisiac around.

I've been able to find this book for  $0.25 at Amazon. Add a dash of kisses and a whole lot of heat and that's the recipe for making love.

Happy Dating!


Friday, April 11, 2014

Continue The Courtship Night (At Home) - The Fire Pit


Here's a cheap date tip for when you have small children and find it difficult to find a sitter (happens to all of us) - build a fire in your fire pit (you can make one for about $20 out of a metal washtub and 3 cinder blocks if you can't afford to buy an already assembled one), roast some meat and corn, break out the lawn chairs and your guitar and sing some songs together. Do it often - and that's the recipe for making love.

If you'd like something more permanent or have a little more to spend, check out this video for a clever idea. 

Happy Dating!