Date Nights Should Be Honored and Exciting!

Date Nights Should Be Honored and Exciting!


Date Nights Should Be Honored and Exciting!

Evelina and I have begun a practice of having a date night every Wednesday night no matter what; date nights are sacred in our life together.  It is isn’t that date nights are something new for us, but how we are dating.  We have a date night jar and in that jar are a bunch of folded pieces of paper.  A few months ago we sat down together and we came up with new and fun dates; things neither of us had done before.

The idea for the jar was to infuse some new and exciting adventures that we could experience for the first and do so together.

Last night’s date was to go to a studio and paint pottery and it was a blast.  We arrived around 6:15 pm with pizza and a couple of beverages and they took it from there.  The place was so awesome and the staff were informative, kind and patient.  They don’t serve food or drink, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

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I painted a coffee mug as I love a good cup of coffee in the morning and Evelina painted a piggy bank.  Once the pottery is painted, the studio will glaze and bake them in a kiln and will be ready for us to pick up in a week.

If I am speaking honestly, I thought it was going to be boring, but I was wrong.

Today we will draw out another new date for next Wednesday and this time it will be Evelina’s turn to plan the details.

Off to another new adventure!



24 thoughts on “Date Nights Should Be Honored and Exciting!

      1. Yep. And never forget, even after kids come along, that y’all were a thing long before kids came. Your relationship should never take a backseat to the kids. Ever.

  1. Fantastic idea. My wife and I have been so busy, we haven’t had a date night in months. I think I need to dig a jar out of the cupboard, and start writing. Thanks for the idea.

    1. Spa day. Picnic in the park. Thai or indian food (because I’ve never eaten either). Board game night with pizza. Pottery painting. Visit a winery. Zip lining. There are others that I cannot think of right now.

  2. What a fabulous idea Danny! My hubby and I “date” also, though we often do date days…. I love the idea of putting your potential date activities in the jar. We may have to steal that one from you.😊

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