Read the newspaper, magazine or another informational magazine.
Survey the neighborhood with a self-made, bizarre questionnaire.
Play in the snow, build a snow man, then drink cocoa 2. Movie marathon with ice cream sundaes Pick a genre, queue up some movies, and make the biggest, most obnoxious sundae you can. Play hide and seek in a corn field (or the woods) 8.
Go to a community play, a dress rehearsal, high school or college play 3. Work out together It’s fun to subtly flirt with each other at the gym because the other gym patrons don’t necessarily know you’re together. Go on a very long walk around your neighborhood at night 9.
Go to a real- live movie store, pick out a movie together then pop homemade popcorn at home 10. Spa night together Spoil each other with home treatments like bubble baths, exfoliating face and body scrubs, foot massages, etc.
Many couples always do the same thing at the same time in the same place. For years I've kept a list of creative date ideas in my desk for Cathy and me.
People say, "Variety is the spice of life," and we've sure tried a variety of dating experiences. I get them from friends or books, and I even brainstorm with students at some of my speaking engagements. I would say that renting a canoe on a very cold evening at dusk, getting lost and then tipping over the canoe with our clothes on was our dumbest choice for a date. You can make your own list, but I'll help you get started. Ten years later, though, it's fun to tell the story. Bowl Most bowling alleys have specials and fun things like black-light bowling with loud music. Go to the hardware store Wander around, and dream of everything you would do to your house if money was no object. Find the best happy hours in town and make the appetizers your meal My husband and I go to a place in town that has a happy hour where you can get a burger, fries, and drink for .