Romance Doesn’t Have to Cost Anything
Here are a few romantic and sweet gestures you can do to let your partner know they're on your mind.
I got pretty lucky in the romance department. My husband is very romantic. He says little things and does little things to let me know he's thinking about me.
Get their work day started right. While they're in the shower or on the way to work, call their desk and leave a sweet (or sexy) message on their voice mail. Just make sure they don't have it on auto forward. That way, when they sit down at their desk and check their voice mail, your voice and sweet message is the first thing they hear.
Do something without being asked. If you know your partner hates the dishes, just tell them to go put their feet up and you do the dishes. If you know your partner doesn't like taking out the trash, just do it, so it's done when they go to do it. Even when my husband calls me to ask if I need anything at the grocery store so I don't have to do it, it's awesome because that's one less thing I have to do and the less I have to do after work, the quicker I can get home and spend time with my family.
Say something nice about something other than the way they look. When we're eating dinner, Glen will sometimes say to me, "This is really good babe. You're such a good cook." Or he'll say something like, "I just love how enthusiastic you are about going to mass." They're just things I like doing, but he sees that, so it's sweet.
What are some romantic things your partner does for you?