Before I head into the post, can I ask someone to remind me next year not to book time away in April where there is no wifi - thank you so much to Tamara at Part-time Working Hockey Mom for linking me up for my G post.
|The sign for the wifi where we were staying|
Capture that feeling in your mind, the anticipation and the hope for what was to come. It may just have been hope that the person you were going on a date with wouldn't turn out to be a jerk, but hopefully it was hope for a nice date, and then hope for the potential of where this date may lead.
Wouldn't it be good to have that feeling of hope again about a night out together. Maybe you need to find a way to bring that back, ask your love out on a date, something unexpected, and make a fuss of each other. Maybe even go out and come back to pick them up like a real date - it's just a thought.
Do you remember the feeling of hope for the future on your wedding day? I'm sure a part of that hope was for romance to stay alive through your marriage, so make sure you're doing something about that.
Today's quote is by the amazing woman that was Maya Angelou.
Pamela & Ken
Previous A to Z posts:
2017 = Highland Cows
2016 = Holy Island - a dream come true