My prayer is that the power of the gospel would drive how you date your wife and implement these ideas.
Take your wife to dinner and to a movie she wants to watch.
Relive your honeymoon by scheduling a 24-hour getaway for every month of this year.
Plan it so you end up at an ice cream shop or lunch spot so you can cool off and chat a little.
Plus, the lowkey setting and mood lighting will soothe both of your frayed, wedding-planning nerves.
Don't spend more than: $60 on two rounds of drinks, and $20 for the doorman.
Goes great with: Coffee and bagels in bed the next morning. Plus, the lowkey setting and mood lighting will soothe both of your frayed, wedding-planning nerves.
Spend an evening stargazing with your wife and talking about dreams you have for the future. Spend an evening reminiscing with your wife about all you've been through together and all God has done and redeemed in your life together. Devote the next month to studying a book of the Bible with your wife. Visit where your wife grew up and where you grew up.
Hold your wife's hand often, in public and in private.
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After all, it's really the time you spend with them that matters and not how much you're spending on the dates.