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Romance Tools and Romantic Ideas to Ignite His Passion

Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.
1John 4:8

Here are some romance items you should have available at all times to help you to be spontaneous and romantic. Do you want to romance him and ignite his passion? Then here are some romantic ideas and some romance supplies you should have:

Romantic Candles. Get the kind of candles that come in their own glass jar with a lid. They are safer than the tall candles, won't spill wax all over the place and when you put the lid on, they go out without filling the room with smoke. Choose scented candles with mild scents like vanilla or melon - or your wife's favorite scent. Here's a romantic idea: light them all around the living room - at night and just sit on the couch and talk with him - run your fingers through his hair as you talk - he will relax and come after you!

Romantic "I love you" Cards. Get about 15 different "thinking of you" and "I love you" greeting cards. Then - over the course of a few months, whenever you have the idea of leaving one in his car or mailing one to his work, you can do it before you forget. Just write a short personal note in each when you send it. Here's a romantic idea: send him a card a day for a week and then personally bring flowers to her at work at the end of the week as a romantic surprise. He'll love it!

Romance Incense. Incense can really make your home smell nice and create a relaxing atmosphere. Some incenses are really powerful - I personally don't like those.

A Blanket can be Romantic. Keep a blanket in your trunk. That way, you can do spontaneous romantic excursions like stopping, laying on the blanket and looking at the stars on a clear night or just enjoy relaxing under a tree on a warm day.

Your Romantic Cell Phone. Yes - your cell phone can be romantic - just call him out of the blue just to say hi and "I love you." Romance idea: send him loving text messages at random times in the week.

Try to do something small two or three times a week for him- such as a card or note or a call or e-mail. Try to do something medium for him at least once a week - such as make a nice dinner. And try to do something big for him at least once a month - such as a full evening without kids that includes a nice dinner, a massage - truly from your heart. Mix it up - make nothing routine.

Every once in a while, go a week or two without doing anything romantic except calling or e-mailing to keep contact. Then start romancing him again. He'll appreciate it more that way - it won't be the same ol' thing.


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