1 min read
12 Feb

This blog is for you.  I love, love.  I love seeing lovers hold hands and loving up on one another.  I know, I am a hopeless romantic, but so what. I told you, I love love. Romance is something I enjoy. Romantic dinners at home, candlelight, moonlight, dim lights, blue lights, red lights, and other intimate lighting.  I love preparing a romantic dinner showered with candle lights. When I have finished cooking, we sit down and have the most delicious meal made with love.  I love a man who is on the same page as I am when it comes to love. I was blessed to have the romance and the giddy feeling I get whether he is near or far just because we understand one another’s hearts.  Romance does not have to fade, there are so many ways to rekindle your romance. 40 years of marriage does not mean that you must be in a lover’s rut.  Why don’t you sit back and rekindle some of the good things that bought you together.  Take time for one another at least once a week.  Yes, once a week.  I know it’s COVID season, but here are some of my suggestions.  

Listen to your favorite couples song, watch romantic a movie, prepare a meal together, give each other a manicure and pedicure. Massage one another, just make time. These are just a few of my suggestions. You will be surprised how you can rekindle some good moments.  I must say that in my life of love, I have been loved and I have loved.  I am so blessed to have cupid cross my path a couple of times.  When you find that mate who makes you feel happy, fulfilled, and optimistic about a life together, then go for it.  It is easier said than done, but if you are with that someone that’s says the time is right, for a relationship or marriage, what are you waiting for? You will never know everything about that person when you are dating them because there is a certain mystique to dating.  When you marry them, you will get a chance to see the real love shine through. Yes, marriage changes you, it changes you to be a more in-depth person. An opportunity to  take on challenges you didn’t when you were dating.  If you really love, it will be there even after you are married.   For this Valentine's Day, I want you to take on love and appreciate the love you have.  Life is short, make time for love.  Happy Love Day to All.



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