Favorite things are just that–favorites. And most people will talk for hours about what they love if you can figure out what that is. Your spouse is no exception.
I had the idea to think about my favorite things and have Tom think of his. Then come together and talk about each of our lists. Maybe this would be a fun at-home date idea to try this month. As a twist, see if you can fill out each other’s list for them and see how well you did.
My Favorite Things
- Vacation destination
- Love Song
- Movie or TV Series
- Quote I say often
- Food cuisine e.g. Italian, Asian, French, etc.
- Dream car
- Car you’ve owned
- Bible verse
- Day Off activity
- Date Night memory
- Vacation memory
- Thing I do for you
- Thing you do for me
- Place on earth
- Place you’ve yet to visit
How did you do? Did you learn something you didn’t know about yourself or your spouse? Did you add any favorites we missed? Let us know and send a photo, if you’d like.
Thinking of favorites is a way to remember how unique each of us are. Those who know us and share memories with us doing our favorite things soon become a favorite themselves.
My wife has culture that I lack,
and style at which I draw a blank;
her dream car is a Cadillac
while I would rather drive a tank.
Haute cuisine’s her raison d’etre,
while expedience is mine;
she will delight in boulette
d’Avesnes, while for me McD is fine.
She’d would go to Greece and Rome
for their art and history,
while I would rather stay at home
to unravel that great mystery
that seems to be so true in fact
that such opposites attract.
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