I love this recipe for ‘love’ because two of the largest amounts of ingredients you will use is romance and respect.
Romance True romance is doing something special or unexpected for someone you love, even though you don’t have to. Romance isn’t a greeting card, it isn’t Valentine’s Day, it isn’t a box of chocolates, and it certainly isn’t a dozen roses (unless you like that sort of thing). Real romance is not what modern society has been taught to think it is. Real romance isn’t manufactured. It is completely individual. Romance is for showing the person you love that you’re thinking about them. It shouldn’t feel forced. There are no limits to romance; it can be shown by a handwritten note, by going for a walk, or even by making someone a sandwich. Romance is something simple and sweet that reminds your partner why they fell in love with you in the first place.
Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to give a little extra to your partner, show them your love show them some romance. I feel like romance tends to be a lost art especially after couples have been together for years and years…
I found some awesome items you can use to set get your Valentine in the mood…get a little romance going.
The Sweetheart Chocolate Box consists of a creme brulee massage creme, body paint and honey dust all in mouthwatering chocolate. Sex and chocolate? What woman could resist!
The Don’t Stop massage candle is a perfect hot massage lotion for you and your partner to share some intimate moments.
EdenFantasys has some great deals going on right now, go check them out and order some items for your romantic weekend! (Don’t forget the chocolate!)
I agree with what you say about Romance and Valentine’s Day. It seems like through history that almost every holiday has been changed from the true meaning to a convenient money spending meaning.