Today's song is by another loved up couple, and that's Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks with Where Your Road Leads. Love these words:
If we can love forever
That won't be long enough for me
I want to hold you tender
Be your shelter
All you need
For the letter Y I've found a chinese word, Yuanfen, which is to do with Lady Destiny joining two people together, which I like to believe is what happened with my beloved and I.
As we near the end of the A to Z I'm letting loose all my romantic soppyness. As a small girl whenever I dreamed about my knight in shining armour he was always a Scotsman as obviously the fates were already influencing my future choices.
One of my favourite proverbs is this Chinese one about people being connected by a red thread. Mine and Ken's is a very flexible thread as it was stretched to its limits until the day we met.
Last year when we went to Skye for a holiday we had lunch at a lovely pie cafe that had a red thread project going on. They offered tags for us to write our names on and afterwards the owner would stitch over them with red thread and hang them from the bike wheels on the ceiling - it was really lovely.
As a romantic date idea, why don't you recreate your first date together, whether it be a meal out, a trip to the cinema, or even a drink in a bar.
Y is also for Ya'aburnee:
That is such a romantic sentiment and I can totally understand that feeling.
Pamela & Ken
Previous A to Z posts:
2017 = Yes
2016 = Young at Heart