How to Celebrate February 14 Every Day of the Year

Share how you and your husband make each and every day of your marriage special. What are your daily relationship rituals? How do you nurture the “us” factor? Tell us the big or little things that make your marriage sing like a fine-tuned violin.

Enjoy the links (words in blue) to past posts labeled MY ROMANCE!

  1. Make calm times, every day, for the two of you so you can share and listen to one another TOPS MY LIST!
  2. Plan to flirt!
  3. Purposely appreciate one another and reward one another with touch!
  4. Be realistic but ready to embrace every little opportunity together!

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13 Comments on "How to Celebrate February 14 Every Day of the Year"

  1. Susan says:

    Wow…this was a neat idea.

    Enjoyed it.

    Blessings to you and your hubby!

  2. You especially worded this one perfectly—-plan to flirt. It’s so easy to forget after we say I do, but the little time and effort we give planning—so worth it!

  3. If married couples would just practice these four things every day, marriages and families would be strong and flourishing.

  4. Jaime Kubik says:

    Thank you for stopping by my post. I too had to remind myself how much I loved my husband before writing…I think that was why I wrote the poem I did. True love makes us love even when we don’t “feel” like love. I did enjoy your post. I too like the idea of “planning to flirt” Great idea!

  5. tonya says:

    Flirting in a marriage is so much fun! Thanks for the reminder.
    Great post.

  6. e-Mom says:

    “Plan to flirt!” Ho, ho what a good idea. (I don’t think I remember how to.) Better brush up n that one. :~D

    Thanks for joining us for Marriage Monday today, Mac an Rothaich!

    e-Mom :~D

  7. I too have four kids and know how tough making calm times every day can be. Kudos for you for recognizing the struggle is worth the payoff.

  8. Constance says:

    Thanks for stopping by on MM. Flirting is so important in our marriages! It tells our spouse that we only have eyes for them and that we would do it all over again! I can never understand wives who flirt with others or vice-versa. Don’t they see how hurtful that is? Have a blessed week!

  9. thereservoir says:

    Hmmm. . . really nice. I think it’s basically about being purposeful. Thanks for this post.

  10. Amydeanne says:

    great list!
    and hey, I noticed you’re an SK’er as well! small world! 🙂

  11. Thanks for all the comments ladies!

    Constance, I agree, and not only does it make our spouse feel special but it really reminds us, forces us to remember, how much we do love him. It is a specific way to direct our focus on HIM!

    May you all be blessed with lots of flirting with your man this week!

  12. Great post. I have been on this wavelength for a week or so, and am going to be sharing all my thought processes over the next two weeks. We are so often on the same wavelength!

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