Is YouR DH Romantic ?

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Sun, 02-06-2011 - 9:10pm
Is YouR DH Romantic ? You betcha he is! A little .. please share Well .. please share Not really but it's ok Other .. please share




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Mon, 02-07-2011 - 7:10am

My husband is really romanitc in his own way,

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Mon, 02-07-2011 - 7:53am
misstrygg wrote:

My husband is really romanitc in his own way,




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Mon, 02-07-2011 - 3:07pm

You betcha he is, but not in the stereotypical cards and flowers kind of way.

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Mon, 02-07-2011 - 3:56pm

When we were first together, we lived 200 miles apart. DH was much more vocally romantic back then - I have a cell phone I'll keep forever because of the text messages I have saved on it. Now, DH *shows* his love for me more than he tells me (although we do say "I love you" all the time).

His #1 romantic move lately: setting up my tv tray before I get home. We have no dining table or coffee table, so we each have a tv tray next to our end of the couch. Before I leave for work, I put my tray away so the cats have more room to play. Lately, I come in to see my tray set up with a soda and ashtray waiting.

DH is a full-time student, and I have a crazy job and a long commute. He knows that when I get home, I want to get out of my work clothes and just SIT for a few minutes. Having those things ready for me is the ultimate kindness.

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Mon, 02-07-2011 - 7:12pm
msally99 wrote:

When we were first together, we lived 200 miles apart. DH was much more vocally romantic back then - I have a cell phone I'll keep forever because of the text messages I have saved on it. Now, DH *shows* his love for me more than he tells me (although we do say "I love you" all the time).

His #1 romantic move lately: setting up my tv tray before I get home. We have no dining table or coffee table, so we each have a tv tray next to our end of the couch. Before I leave for work, I put my tray away so the cats have more room to play. Lately, I come in to see my tray set up with a soda and ashtray waiting.

DH is a full-time student, and I have a crazy job and a long commute. He knows that when I get home, I want to get out of my work clothes and just SIT for a few minutes. Having those things ready for me is the ultimate kindness.




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Mon, 02-07-2011 - 7:13pm
tiptoeingaround wrote:

You betcha he is, but not in the stereotypical cards and flowers kind of way.




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Thu, 02-10-2011 - 2:31pm

My DH is very romantic in his own way too.

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Thu, 02-10-2011 - 4:17pm

OMGosh yes that is just beautiful!
Wow how special & he does certainly sound romantic ..
As does last night.
It is those kind of things that make us feel closer.
Aww you've got yourself a real keeper :)




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Fri, 02-11-2011 - 7:42pm

Like the others have said, my DH is romantic in a lot of small gestures as well as big ones. He brings me flowers quite a bit, especially in the spring since he knows how much they make me smile. He makes me tea before bed, and anytime I have an ailment (upset stomach, headache) he whips up an herbal tea that calms my symptoms. He is always doing little things like finishing something I forgot to finish or upgrading my computer for me or searching the web for an answer to a question that has been bothering me. If I show any physical sign that I am cold, he hugs me, gets me a blanket, or warms up my "seed sac" to sit with on the couch.

I was married Sept. 27, 2009 to the man of my dreams!
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Fri, 02-11-2011 - 9:39pm
inaudiblyfree wrote:

Like the others have said, my DH is romantic in a lot of small gestures as well as big ones. He brings me flowers quite a bit, especially in the spring since he knows how much they make me smile. He makes me tea before bed, and anytime I have an ailment (upset stomach, headache) he whips up an herbal tea that calms my symptoms. He is always doing little things like finishing something I forgot to finish or upgrading my computer for me or searching the web for an answer to a question that has been bothering me. If I show any physical sign that I am cold, he hugs me, gets me a blanket, or warms up my "seed sac" to sit with on the couch.