You may even create some pretty amazing artwork for your home.) 25. Get dressed up, drive separately, and pretend you’ve just met. Have a bonfire complete with marshmallows ready for toasting. Spend the evening talking about where to go; once you decide, surf the internet to find attractions and things to do while you’re there. Make reservations for dinner at a restaurant you’ve always wanted to go to. Become a coffee connoisseur and learn how to use a french press.
Or, buy a workout DVD, a challenging one (or even this! (Cold weather alternate: go ice skating, sledding, or spend the afternoon at a cider mill.) 48. Stop in for an appetizer at a few different locations to try out some new foods. Grab a few laughs at a comedy club or rent a funny movie to get rid of any wedding planning stress. just have fun, take a break from stressing out, and enjoy spending some one-on-one time together.
Map out your route, stop at anything fun on the way, and return home by nighttime. Go thrifting: visit garage sales, flea markets, or estate sales and see who scores the sweetest deal.
(This is nearly free if you have your own equipment; if not, opt for a water gun fight instead.) 20.
Teach the other how to do something they’ve never tried: the guitar, a new card game, how to bake an apple pie, just as a few examples. Grab tickets to a local college sports game (baseball, football, basketball).
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