A Special Day

Today our lives our full of schedules.  Our days consist of work, school, or chores that never seem to end.  But, when amongst all this do we have time for inspiring romance in our relationships?

Why not say, “I love you” to that special someone by setting aside one day for the person your courting, or two for your spouse, and go away for a time of uninteruppted courtship.  (Make sure you leave your laptop and other distractions behind.)

Courtship is like the rest of life, it twists and turns and you learn to adjust as they come.  The same goes with marriage and relationships, you never know what twist or turn is waiting for you around the next corner, and courtship never ends once the ring is placed on the finger.

So, set a date with one you love.  Pick a place that is special to you both.  Pray together.  Hold conversations together based on your expectations of your relationship, what you see the future bringing, where you stand in your faith, and at the end of the day – hug each other.

Hug the one you love and tell that person you love him or her.  Repeat often, pulling out your schedules and making it a point to put a commitment toward your relationship.  Make a special day once a week, or twice a month, but no less than once a month so the person you are courting knows your relationship together has meaning.

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Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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