Ask your partner what they think is romantic, then go about doing those things whenever the mood strikes or when they need a little lift. The key is to do what THEY think is romantic.
Romance doesn't have to cost money. Hugs and kisses are free. As are love notes, going for a walk and holding hands, foot rubs, and quality time. Love is free so use it freely.
I did a radio interview about this topic and thought you might be interested in listening to it...
Most Helpful Guy
Good Question, how DO you bring the romance to a relationship that's more than 3000 miles away.
(Yes I'm talking about my relationship, Don't think me crazy yet.)
Well, When your at the top of her list of men who makes her laugh daily.
You can simply just be there and talk to her, but before all this, you might
Wanna ask her hand in Valentine. ( that was lame, yes. )
Yeah, It may sound lame but they love that stuff, depending on the effort you put in.
( Asking her to be your Valentine. )
Go ahead ladies, prove me right - Vote this shiz up - ( Kiddin')
You know yourself, you want the man who you can express yourself too, To ask. right?
Lets get back on topic, To get "beyond" the romance.
I'm limited to what I can do so, my options are very few, but I don't mind. xoxo.
Since I live so far away, from The booboo <3, I would have to deliberately think of how to woo her with my amazing verses involving romance, You're thinking poetry, some may think Haiku's, How about I just send a 150 dollar teddy bear to her doorsteps.. (Kiddin', A Little bit. )
Honestly, I have no clue what to do that is, going beyond romance living more than 3000 miles away? heck, you help me, what do you think? <3
Most Helpful Girl
I think calling it romance makes it something "special" but instead it should just be how you treat your partner. Romance is different for every one and for me, for example I couldn't care less about chocolates and roses. I live a beautiful life (when alone and with a boyfriend) and I choose to live like that everyday.
Sitting down to a beautiful dinner, isn't a special night, it's every night. I make a nice dinner, I set the table, I play music and make the lighting special and I sit down to a beautiful meal. Cell phones are turned off, no tv is allowed and conversation should flow, even when I am alone, I may have a magazine, but I focus on the moment, and when I have partner it's just as special.
When you do things like this, it becomes less about trying to do something every now and then to feel special, but, instead having a continues stream of special moments, that never cease to exist. It doesn't have to be expensive, or planed to the T and no one should have to go out of their way. It should just be.