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What to do on Valentines Day

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: Relationships | Post Date: 2009-10-25
 



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Remember Valentines day is only a single day and whatever you do on that day for the sake of the person you love should not be a one off activity, but should continue all through the year for the relationship to be lasting. It will also give you a happy time in your romantic relationship with the person you love.

There are many things that a person can do on Valentine's Day. What you do on the day depends on the likes and dislikes of the person you love. Though each individual; is different and their likes may vary, there are a few things that will impress and make every person like you more. It will also help to strengthen your romantic relationship. These things are listed in this article.
So here are a few ideas that every person who is likely to celebrate their love on Valentines Day will benefit from.

1. First things first and the best opening move would be to have soft music playing in the background as you wake up your partner with a red rose in your hand. If you like to be still more romantic, you can just place the rose by the bedside where your partner is sure to see it and leave a note of love for the person to read.

2. If you do not mind spending a little money, then you can leave a gift by the bedside all neatly wrapped up in paper with red rose pictures on it. This gift should be something that the person had wanted for a long time.

3. By now your partner is sure to have had a wonderful start to the day. You can start your day together by having breakfast together and staying close to each other the whole day. If possible, make a short trip by yourself. Try to make the trip to a place where there is not much crowd. Things you can do include hiking, swimming, spending time at the beach, climbing a small hill or any other activity that both of you like. This will make you enjoy the day as well as get both of you spend a lot of time being with each other laughing and talking.

4. At the end of the day after all the climbing or swimming that you did, both of you are sure to be tired. So the final stunner to bowl over your partner would be the romantic and poetic candle light dinner. You can have the dinner in a restaurant or even in your own home, just the two of you. Have a multi course dinner that fills both of you. Eat slowly and talk a lot while you eat. This increases the love shared by both of you.

These are some of the most important things that every couple can do even well into their married life as it is sure to strengthen your relationship and act as a strong base and foundation for the years ahead. So go ahead and have a great Valentines Day!

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About Author / Additional Info: I am a physiotherapist and also a freelance writer. I have been writing for many blogs and websites and also take up freelance assignments. Comments are welcome at prakashdavid@rediffmail.com

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