One Rose For Our First Year
It was our one-year wedding anniversary. I went to work,
and found one rose on my desk, for one year of being
married, attached was a little note, saying, “This is
your first surprise. Come home to me and you'll find
your second.” When I got home, he took me out to a
romantic candlelight dinner. When we were done, he had
me change into a beautiful, sexy piece of lingerie and
then I got a full body massage from head to toe from
~submitted by Anonymous
Designate one day out of the week as naked night. I'm
normally a t-shirt and boxers kind of girl when it comes
to bedtime but recently my husband and I have started
what we call naked Tuesday. It's especially fun when
you've forgotten that it's "that" day and you climb into
bed and are able to feel that your partner is not
wearing his/her normal pajamas!
~submitted by KY
Making Marriage Work
My husband and I have been married for almost 9 years
and at least once a week, I leave him I love you's on
everything. At night, after he's in bed, I write I love
you with soap or lipstick all over the bathroom mirror,
and when he gets up in the morning it will be the first
thing he sees. I also stick I love you notes on the
counters and always write a sweet letter and stick it in
his truck on the steering wheel, for him to see when he
leaves for work. The little things make marriage work!
~submitted by Keymin
Morning Wake-Up Routine
Every morning, just before my husband gets up, I make
sure to get up before he does, start a pot of coffee,
and bring him a cup just before he gets up to go to
work. I serve it to him with a smile and give him a
great big kiss and hug. He loves it!
~submitted by Natasha
Our Private Time
My husband and I have very hectic work schedules, plus I
am attending college full-time AND we have his two
children with us from his previous marriage. Finding
time for us is quite a challenge. Each night after the
children are in bed and before we go to sleep, we lie in
bed and talk about our day, tickle each other, or love
each other. No matter how tired we are we take advantage
of our private time in any way possible just to connect
for the day and keep in touch with each other.
~submitted by Lori
Make a Short Video of Yourself
I videotaped myself reading a poem for my wife and
daughter, of my love for them and how much they meant to
me. I included on the tape two of our favorite songs
along with video footage of our wedding and when our
daughter was little and walking, talking and more. When
I looked over she was sobbing and our now 5-year old
daughter was also in tears. They both loved it and said
it was the best present they ever got!
~submitted by Anonymous
On Screen Love Messages
During the day when my husband is at work and I'm at
home I will leave little love messages on the
screensaver on our computer. This way he knows that even
when he is gone I'm still thinking about him.
~submitted by Dee
Massage Therapy for Two
My husband and I have been married for almost 10 years.
We have 2 wonderful boys. He has his own business and I
work almost full time. I have the most wonderful in-laws
a person could have. Every Friday night they have my
kids over, leaving my husband and I to figure out how to
make the most of the night. I have been undergoing
massage therapy due to a car accident I was involved in.
In doing so, I decided to try out on my husband what I
had learned. We have a king size poster bed that I have
draped in sheer scarves, candles everywhere, and a music
CD for massage therapy with ocean sounds. I went to a
local lingerie shop where I bought silk, rose-scented
petals and placed them all over the bed. I heated up
some "hot rocks" (rocks typically used in water
fountains and candle arrangements) in the crock-pot, and
we ordered take out which we ate by candle light by the
fireplace. We danced a little and proceeded to my
massaging him with a light, hot oil and the hot rocks.
He told me the next morning that he slept better than he
had in a long time. We connected in a way that we
haven't in a long time.
~submitted by Sheri
Never Say Never
What makes a relationship sound is when both partners
learn to respect each other, My wife and I normally have
differences but one thing I learned was never to say
never. There are times when both of you will be cross at
each other because it is human, but if you really care
for each other you must learn to forget and this brings
about forgiveness. When your partner annoys you, you
don’t have to sleep over it without resolving the
difference, that is love. And on your wedding day,
remember, you promised each other for better and for
worse, that is why you don’t have to say never.
~submitted by Rossi
Morning Message of Love
Every morning I write on the bathroom mirror a little
love note with the soap bar. It makes my wife’s day
every day. It puts a smile on her face and makes my day
easier because I know that she happy.
~submitted by Jameel
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