I have shared this on our Only Wives section of the blog, but today I share it with you as part of our Five Friday Favorites series.
These are five ways to romance your spouse using our five senses as your guide. NOTE: These are just Ideas to get you started thinking of what ways you could stimulate your spouse’s senses. Have fun!
Five Sense Romance – Use the five senses to communicate your love and care for your husband:
Smell – If you know your husband is having a rough day, have something wonderful baking or cooking as he walks in from work. The smell will draw his heart as a reminder of why he loves home, and it will communicate your love to him without words.
Hear– Listen to things your husband says under his breath like, “I’m thirsty”, or “I need to take care of such and such”. Make this your first priority so that your husband will be amazed at how you knew exactly what he was wanting or needing to do.
Touch – Reach out and take his arm or hold his hand no matter where you are. This communicates not only to him that you love him, but it’s also a demonstration to the world that you belong to one another.
Taste – Make it a regular habit to surprise your husband with his favorites (ice cream or coffee after dinner, a cold drink waiting for him when he goes to the bedroom to change after work).
See – Look for any and every opportunity to encourage him when he does something romantic for you that is unexpected. Often times our husbands do little things for us, that we don’t even notice because we’re distracted.
Little things but very helpful! ❤️
I wish I could remember romance
and those long-lost tender days;
I long to have another chance,
but cancer offers no replays.
Those times were a holy treasure
that united us in faith and joy,
and by any earthly measure
were boldly used in God’s employ.
The road today is burnt and weary,
fell things happen, more and more,
but you won’t find me sad and teary
before a closed and dusty door.
The Lord who saves our tears of pain
will give our memories life again.
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