10 dating ideas for married couples
Go on a dinner cruise A delicious dinner while surrounded by water and stars — need we say more?
Or, if this doesn't fit the budget at the moment, spend the evening planning the details of a future vacation, and then start saving so you can take it.5.
Take a hot air balloon ride Unless one of you dislikes heights. Make s'mores And snuggle in a warm blanket under the stars.10.
Go to a play Dressing up for a nice evening out can be refreshing and fun for both of you.11.
By Kelsi Jones, Family Share After all this time, you are still each other's favorite person to spend time with. Visit a farmer's market Pick out some fresh ingredients for salsa, or grab some fresh fruit.
So why not use this February 14th as just another reason to spend that time together doing something fun? Or head to a winter market for squash and jarred goodies.4.
Or grab some root beer and ice cream for root beer floats.13.
•Develop new levels of warmth and tenderness with your spouse.•Return Kathi Lipp helps women renovate their life with projects for the soul.
•Develop new levels of warmth and tenderness with your spouse.•Return fun and flirting to your marriage.•Boost your confidence to follow God-given dreams and goals.•Create an environment of encouragement in your friendships Kathi is the author of The Husband Project: 21 Days to Loving Your Man on Purpose and with a Plan and The Marriage Project: 21 Days to Bring Back the Love, Bring Back the Laughter, Bring Back the Lingerie (coming December 2009)with two more books under contract .
Kathi and her husband, Roger, are parents of four kids and live in San Jose, California.
They are members of Church on the Hill where Roger is the programming director of the worship arts ministry.