I am wondering if my romance expectations are too high...
What is the most romantic thing you have ever done for someone? and what is the most romantic thing someone has done for you?
The most romantic thing I have done for someone? mmmmm... ran my husband a bubble bath, filled it up completely with balloons, when he popped them there were all kinds of goodies in them and it was for his Birthday. oops one last thing, cannot forget the music and candles.
Head to toe massage is probably the most romantic thing I have done. I love a good massage, and I like to give them.
Probably the most romantic trip I ever went on was to Colorado Springs.
I moved to America from the UK! She married me!
i love flowers but not a bunch of them crammed into a vase. one time i got a dozen of long-stemmed red roses in a long plain white box..the box had pink tissue paper in it and a red cloth ribbon around it. i have had other romantic things done for me but that one sticks out a lot in my mind.
as for what i do/have done, i am a real romantic and have written tiny love notes in book form and illustrated them with bright colors and left them here and there, like in his cubicle at work or in his lunch, and usually about some happening important to him or us.
The most romantic thing I have done, changed my room to a theme room (Egyptian style) cooked a fabulous dinner, set the table with candle lights. All lights dim in house. Gave him a pedicure, gave him a full body massage front and back.
What romantic thing someone has done for me. Take me out to dinner in a fabulous pricy restaurant, took me to a hotel where he had rose petals all over floor and the bed.
I kissed his feet. Yeah, sounds gross but it meant something to me. He told me he would die for me.
Most romantic thing I have ever done would have to be writing letters and filling out cards while he was gone on deployment and sending them to him. Just to let him know that i missed him, loved him, and couldn't wait for him to eb in my arms. Then when he did come back from deployment I had made 3 huge posted, got welcome home balloons, had pink champagne starwberries, grapes, and chocolate waiting for him at home. Then once we got home and share the treats and drink I gave him more cards and gifst for all the holidays he had missed: christmas, easter, and his brithday, and extra gifts just because. He was blown away and I felt good about doing it all for him.
Im not so romantic I guess, getting up every mornign to make his coffee and pack a lunch, when I dont have to, so he can sleep a litle more. Sometimes he picks me flowers on his way home from work. I like that.
That is totally sweet. I told my baby that I love him but I guess I don't love him enough to wake up before him and make is lunch.
Though I do set the coffee maker to brew every morning.
well, I used to do that. then he started eating out alot, and we didnt have the money for that. then our coffee maker broke, so I have to make it in the am. One day he got out of work early, I had made his lunch the night before, and he shared his sandwich with me, and it was really gross. I relized it would be better if made fresh in the morning. He goes to work every day, and he has long hours. Its the best way I can think of to say thank you, he really needs mroe sleep tehn I do!!
I took a blanket,some pillows and laid it out on our upstairs deck, under the stars, lit the torches, broke out a Coors light for each of us, put on some Led Zeppelin, and he falls asleep.....lol.... It really does something for a woman's self esteem...lol.
When I was in the Carolinas for school and my boyfriend was in Florida, I called him one night walking home from class. I told him how exhausted I was and that I wasn't looking forward to my dorm room with my empty fridge.
When he hung up he looked up a take out place in the town, called, placed an order, and paid for it with his credit card. Twenty minutes later a take out guy called my phone and said "Hi is this Cole, I have a delivery for you." He had ordered my favorite and taken care of everything.
One year I had a surprise birthday party for him. With all of our friends, and catering from his favorite restaurant
I also randomly bring smoothies to him at work.
Well he would do anything to make me happy. And I would do the same for him
Sometimes you don't do it to be "romantic" you just do it to make the other person happy.
One day he was really upset, just all day really off. When I looked at the calendar I realized it was the anniversary of his father's passing. I didn't bring it up. I told him to get in the car because we were going somewhere. We went to the beach. Where I made him get in the water (which he normally doesn't do). And we just laid there in the waves for a while. I didn't have to say anything, but I could tell it made him feel better.
Locked up in the long Canadian winter months can help one get really creative...
I lined the driveway with candle lit hurricane lamps. Each lamp was set into the snow bank on both sides of the driveway and walkway. (It's pretty dark by 4 pm in the wintery north...). To continue the theme, I used tea lights and lit a path way through the house and up the stairs to the second storey. This then led to the bedroom which I had strewn fresh rose pedals on the floor. The path of candles and rose pedals continued into the bathroom where I had drawn a hot bath with rose water, lit scented candles and a layed out a feast of chocolates, various fruits and some other yummies. Oh yes, there was music playing in the background to help the ambience along.
I made him a Valentine card. Sounds unromatic but - I shouldn't be allowed to touch glue and glitter.
It had googly eyes, stringy hands, about a quarter ounce of glitter and inside I wrote how much I loved him in all the languages he can speak (five) and wrote a funny little paragraph.
It looked nothing like it was supposed to but it took me hours and hours and I poured so much love into it that my friend remarked 'oh that's so cute and gorgeous ... someone loves you. One of your little nephews huh?!'.
I was showing her my handy work
*studiously avoiding asking what BC meant about what he kissed*
Bought her roses and had wine chilled, wrote her a naughty poem and put on my Pinnochio underwear................
We just visited a place called Romantica Pizza, to buy my son a slice of pre-cooked pizza, as he insisted. Don't think we'll visit them ever again though, but the pizza was OK
hmm, not sure about the most romantic, but one of the most memorable, romantic things I did for someone was to write a love letter in French (which I had to write in English first to be able to translate it) and wrote it on the most beautiful stationary I could find and sealed it with a kiss and sent it by snail mail to France.
for me... being whispered to in French at exactly the right moments...
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