This Valentines Day – Sizzle and Dazzle Your Spouse

Copyright 2006 - Heaven Ministries


What's the big deal about St. Valentine's Day? Well it is the day of love, romance and more love. What about married couples?  I mean, married couples can still sizzle and dazzle each other even if they have been married, five, ten or twenty years, right?  So lets start loving more!

Men, you first, have some fun and impress your wife with your love!

  1. Set the ambiance and mood of the house by turning off all the lights except one red light bulb in a corner lamp. Sit down together and just stare into your wife's eyes. You won't be able to do this without laughing because your wife will want to know why you are behaving so strange.  When she asks, tell her that you love her and miss giving her attention like you used to. She'll love that.

  2. Give her your smiling and laughing attention for the rest of the evening. Ask her how her day went. Get interested in your wife and what she has to say.  Nothing makes a woman feel good about her self more than when her man is genuinely interested in her. Lock your gaze with her when you are listening to her talk.

  3. Prepare ahead of time something homemade and tasty to eat, like a chocolate fondue or a chocolate mousse pie. You can do this, if you put your mind to it. Homemade treats are so much more enjoyable and romantic then store bought. But if you really can't cook, at least buy something chocolaty, that is, if your wife likes chocolate.
  1. Hug your wife whenever you think of it. Don't wait until you want something. Bring out the homemade pie and cut your wife a piece, and watch her as she gobbles down your delicious pie.  Make your wife impressed with your cooking talents.
  2. Hide an expensive box of chocolates under your wife's pillow. Don't just roll over and go to sleep, talk with your wife about your dreams and feelings. Hand her a long stemmed red rose, and let her know that you are not afraid to share yourself with her.

Ladies, you're next. Valentines Day is for married lovers too. It doesn’t matter how long you have been married; it is absolutely imperative that you keep your marriage upbeat, romantic, and intimate.

  1. Greet your husband lovingly at the door when he comes home. Wear his favorite dress and prepare his favorite meal. Men want to feel respected and needed and this night is no different. Do things that make him feel special and adored by you. Tell him that you really miss sharing your love with him.  He'll like that.
  1. Have your own Valentines chocolate hunt.  Hide individual wrapped chocolates, or favorite candy, for your husband all over the house. Give your husband little hints and clues about where the candy chocolates are without actually telling him.
  2. If it is in your budget to do so, buy some tickets to his favorite sports event for just the two of you.  Make a homemade coupon booklet, adding coupons for back rubs, foot rubs, favorite desserts, etc. Coupon booklets are always fun. Just make sure you can and will redeem your coupons. 
  1. Rent a couple of romantic comedies and enjoy the evening together, watching TV, eating popcorn. Hide a box of expensive chocolates under his pillow. On top of his pillow put a long stemmed red rose. Get creative and have a romantic and intimate Valentines Day with the man you married.