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Romantic Dates
(for Ages 25-29)

Bring a good book of poetry or have you and your date each bring your favorite poetry. Then sit down one evening and read prose together.

Take a candle, a candle stand, some matches, and your own cereal goodies (cereal, milk, spoons, bowls). Go to the park and have Cheerios By Candlelight (choose your date's favorite cereal).

Take a walk on the beach, bring some sodas/sandwiches, and have a nice romantic talk. Sit on the dock with your feet in the water.

Take a horse-drawn carriage ride.

Go on a beach and cuddle on a blanket with candles all around, while you stare up at the stars and listen to the waves crash....Magical

Walk around a rose garden with many bushes so you can have privacy. It's even more romantic at nighttime when the moon is out.

Take your date out to a State park. Surprise him/her with a favorite home cooked dinner, complete with a red rose and candles. Unblindfold your date just in time to eat dinner while watching the sunset. After dinner, curl up in a blanket with your date, and watch the stars come out.

Take a moonlight canoe ride. Be safe (wear life preservers, just in case)!

Sit on your house roof or on the lawn and see who can count the most shooting stars. Talk about your goals and aspirations.

Throw a prom! Hand your spouse an invitation when he/she leaves the house in the morning with a blindfold and a nice outfit. Give instructions to spruce up, put on the blindfold when he/she gets to the door, then knock. You must look your best, also. Decorate your living room in a prom type style and set out a candle light dinner. Have music playing when he/she enters.

Find a restaurant in a little town about an hour away. Stop every now and then to take pictures of each other (or have someone take a picture of you together). Take romantic pictures, funny pictures, pictures of the scenery. If you time it right, you can get a picture of the sunset. Get the waiter to take your picture together. Then on your next date, after getting the pictures developed, make a collage of your date together.

Have a candlelight picnic in the backyard.

Rent ice skates at a local rink. After a couple of hours of skating, when hands are frozen and the excitement has worn off, go home and make some hot chocolate and enjoy cuddling in front of a warm fire.

Take a walk on the beach. If you live near the ocean or a large lake, taking a walk on the beach or the shoreline at sunset or in the moonlight can be very romantic and peaceful.

Lay on a deserted beach and watch shooting stars.

Show up with 2 pieces of stationary with envelopes (one for each of you) and some paper and pens. Write each other a letter describing how you feel about the other person or anything special about the relationship and where you think you'll be or what you think you'll be doing in a certain amount of time. Then, agree to open your notes in a week, month, year, etc.

Take a hay wagon ride. Come back to hot chocolate and doughnuts.

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