Do you need some ideas for dating your spouse? Have you run out of ideas for your date nights?
“Have you ever thought to yourself, ‘I’d love to have a date night but just don’t have the time?’ If you’ve uttered those words over the past four weeks I want to challenge you to The Fun Dare! You can make up for all those date nights you haven’t had —in less than two weeks. The dates don’t have to be complicated and can all be at home. The important thing is you set aside the time to do it. Don’t worry, we’ll supply the date ideas.”
Well, WE won’t (we need help sometimes too) but we came across the following ideas on the web site Thehappywivesclub.com, put together and posted by Fawn Weaver, to help you with this mission:
More Ideas for Date Nights:
For the Romantically-challenged, when you run out of ideas and:
“When money is tight, or a babysitter is nowhere to be found, keeping a regular date night can be a challenge. We’re here to help!”
That’s what Fawn Weaver writes as she gives another group of date ideas. These are ones she compiled from other sources. Here’s another link to Thehappywivesclub.com web site, where she gives a different twist on dating ideas:
Another list of ideas you can use also comes from The Happy Wives Club. Here are a few: – Fill the Bucket – Create Your Own National Holiday – Dine Al Fresco. Curious, ready for some ideas that you don’t have to come up with and yet you can adapt to enjoy together?
Additionally, The Dating Divas give you a whole slew of in-home dating ideas. Cruise through and see what ideas you can use that you and your spouse would enjoy:
Here’s another Date Night idea:
“Buy index cards. Individually write out your high-points and low points for the week. Take time to share and pray over the items on your cards. This is a great weekly discipline to build spiritual intimacy. Discuss: – When do you feel closest to God? – When do you feel the farthest from God? – What can I pray about for you? What can we pray about together?” (From the Growthtrac Ministry)
And then here’s a twist on an “oldie but a goodie.” Plan a movie date together in the privacy of your own home, adding a little extra smooching and loving while you’re doing it.
And then, last but not least, here are another slew of great ideas for you and your spouse to glean through and use for your romantic times together:
Remember, and keep remembering (and doing something about this):
“Saying ‘I do’ doesn’t mean you’re done! Nobody ever put gas in a car and expected it to run for years. But lots of couples are running on emotional fumes. Truth is, if you’re not dating your spouse, your relationship is running out of gas.” (Rosberg)
And what a shame if you don’t have to “run out of gas.” Infuse energy into your marriage and date each other.
Cindy Wright of Marriage Missions International compiled these date night ideas.
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