Is it more significant to love … or to be loved?
All of us would have the same opinion with Novelist words, “I like not only to be loved, but also to be told I am loved.”
Valentine’s Day is the celebration when you can experience both. We asked readers to share some of their favorite Valentine’s Day special ideas. With a little help from our friends, here are few creative ways to tell your spouse, “I love you.”
- On small piece of paper, write down every kind of kiss that you can think of (examples: passionate, loving, on the cheek, etc.). Then fill an inexpensive red felt bag with your “kisses” and give it to your spouse. Ask your spouse to pull several pieces of paper from the felt bag, and then give your sweetheart whatever kind of kiss is described.
- Make a book about why you love your spouse and why you are thankful for him/her. The woman who sent this idea wrote, “He loved it! Said it was the best gift he has ever gotten. And it helped me to focus on the things I love about my husband and not his shortcomings.”