Being romantic takes thought and effort. It does need to be costly, however. Here are a few ideas on romance and how you can show how much you care, without having to deplete your bank account.
- Love notes can be slipped into coat pockets, lunches, between t shirts in a drawer, and do not cost a cent. Imagine your love's expression when reading a quick little note, showing that you care.
- Making a list of endearing qualities and then reading them aloud is a pleasure to share.
- Learning a few massage techniques from books borrowed from the public library is a wonderful way to connect.
- In the morning, after it has snowed, draw a heart on the windshield with your finger. This is sure to make anyone smile.
It is the little things that add up to a lot of love. A single flower is as important as a dozen long stem red roses, one piece of chocolate as fabulous as a box, the day to day ways you show each other you care far better than a blow out expensive once a year Valentines Day meal.
One of the nicest places in Madison to buy a piece of chocolate is at Gail Ambrosius, Chocolatier. Located at 2086 Atwood Avenue in Madison, the website is http://gailambrosius.com/.