(for Ages 25-29)
Take your date dancing on the observation or sun deck of a hotel or apartment complex. Carry a portable stereo or radio.
Take your date to a new restaurant in the city. Have a rose sitting on her chair when you get to your table. When you are done, go on a carriage ride around the city. This is so much fun when it's snowing!
Go to the mountains and look for places to take memorable pictures (scenery, as well as each other). Take your time . . . This is not a race.
Put on some music, a warm fire in the fireplace, and drink egg-nog. Talk about your funniest and happiest times.
Go for a hot air balloon ride. The sights are breathtaking!
Collect memoirs, (cards, notes, napkins, programs, pictures, nametags, etc.) of your experiences together and make a scrapbook.
Take a drive to see the trees in spring blossom.
Watch the sunset together (best at the lake, ocean, or mountains).
Blindfold your date and feed him/her foods of your choice. Be playful. It's fun for the both of you! Be sure to let your date have a chance at this one. Once you've finished, watch a movie by the fire or just cuddle.
If you want to take your date to a peaceful place but yet have still have the comforts of town, take him/her to a lake in the evening and sit on the beach and drink tea that you prepared in advance.
Go out to the lake just before sundown, where you have a boat waiting. Inside the boat there is a small cooler that contains 2 plates of spaghetti, chopsticks and candles. Float out on the lake and have a candlelight dinner (an maybe go for a swim). Finish the night with s'mores.
Take a biplane flight for either an adventure or a romantic sunset flight. Have the flight recorded to relive the memory.
Tour your city (or one near-by). Arrange for a limo to pick you and your date up for that day. End the date with a romantic dinner at a restaurant or a picnic in a remote area, lit only by the limo's lights.
Go to a formal dance. Frame a picture of you and your date, wrap it up, and present it at the conclusion of your date.
If it's a nice warm and clear night, pick a nice bright star and just follow it wherever it leads until you can't follow it any more. At any point you can break off your journey and stop for ice cream, to talk, or pick another marker to follow. It can be quite romantic.
When your date is far away or busy, do this: Before you hang up ask him/her to meet you in your dreams (in an open baseball stadium on the pitchers mound, in a canoe in the middle of the lake at sunset, etc.). Be specific.
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