Dating ideas for older couples

Go for a jog, do aerobics to a video, or visit a gym.

Remember, it's not the expense of the gift but the thought that counts!

Take turns praying and thanking God for one another. Talk about how to stay in love for the next ten years. Renew your vows (or write personal vows, if you didn't do that in your original ceremony.) This can be a private affair or you can invite the children or friends and celebrate.

" or "If money was not a factor, where would you like to go on a romantic getaway? Go to a church, or an outdoor cross and pray together. Jim and Sally Conway (Midlife.com) and Dave and Claudia Arp (marriagealive.com) , have many books that help guide couples through some of those rough transitions.

Here is a list of free or nearly free ideas to make your dating a pure pleasure: 1.

Have a candle light picnic in an unusual location, like your rooftop, a park bench or over looking the ocean. Go on a photo date where you snap photos of each other all over the city. ." Then count the ways you enjoy loving each other. Write a song or a poem and perform it for the one you love.

After they are in bed, choose one other idea on this list to enjoy. Go to a local Christian Bookstore and buy a book on marriage and read it together. The once a week date night assignments are enriching and fun. Often local music stores have island music at rock bottom prices. Borrow plants from all your friends and neighbors and turn your patio into a private garden retreat and enjoy a quiet dinner.

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