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Our Date Tin

Today I thought I would write about our date nights. Once a week Shaughan and I turn off the TV and go on a date together. We created a date tin full of ideas and we pick the date out and have the week to look forward to doing it. We also have a date book where I right all our dates we have had, one day I want to put together an exhibition on our dates.

Here are a few of the date ideas we have in our tin:
Invite 2 people each who have never been to our home for a 3 course meal.
Have a naked swim.
He has to surprise her with something.
Play poker with friends.
Go out for dinner somewhere we have never been.
Dress up and walk up the main street.
Go visiting friends.
Take a photo of each other, you get to chose the dress and place.
Go to your local pub for a game of pool.
Fishing night on the beach.
Write wills.
She has to pamper him.
Watch a hot movie together.
Top Chef night, get friends to come over and make their best dishes.
Write an article for a publication.
Find something which both people have never done before.
Jump off the wharf into the river.
Teach each other something tonight.
Fish n Chips in the park.
Get a hotel room.
Go to a gig or live show.
Paint something on a wall.
Have a dinner party.
Write a poem together of our life.
Get slippery on black plastic.
Write a song together and upload it to the web.
Help someone tonight.

Romantic Picnic

Paint a painting for a charity.
Remove hair night.

Plan our next holiday

Write 10 goals each.

It's so much fun dating! I hope this inspires you to turn off your TV and get dating your partner weekly. x x x

The music clip I have chosen today is Flight of the Conchords - Ladies of the World



My message for the day was: If you notice seven instances where you see love being expressed during the day, depression can be eradicated.

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