How any man can be a Valentines Hero
Make a list of the Top Ten things you love about her
Maybe it’s the way she always laughs at your corny jokes or maybe you love the way her eyes light up when you say “Honey, why don’t you let me do the dishes tonight.” Type it up and print it out on a nice piece of stationary or parchment paper and put it in a frame so she can read them often.
Give her some time and space
Give her a couple of hours to spend any way she wants ~ ideally just indulging herself. Encourage her to take a warm bubble bath, watch an episode of “Dancing with the stars” or catch up on reading her favorite book or magazines.
Make promises you can keep
Are there things you could do for her that would be helpful and make her life a little easier? Then promise to do some of those things. Such as promise to check the oil, washer fluid and air pressure in tires at least once a month for the next year. Or promise to take the garbage out BEFORE it overflows. Little gestures mean a lot.
Go back in time
Maybe it was your first date or maybe it was your fiftieth, but I am sure you can remember a very special date you had. Granted it may not be possible to totally reenact your date, but you may have some pictures to help you reminisce the moment together.
Create a Chocolate Treasure Hunt
Now I would be remiss if I didn’t include a little chocolate something for Valentines Day, so why not make it a romantic adventure? Hide some chocolate kisses throughout the house. Start by giving her a note with a clue on it to find the first kiss, put another clue with it on finding the next one and so on.
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