What is the most romantic thing that anyone has ever done for you?

United States
August 25, 2009 11:13am CST
Share EVERYTHING!! The who, the what, the where, the when, and especially the why and how! Are you still in touch with this person? Was is the only romantic thing they ever did? Once again, share everything!
3 responses
@dpk262006 (56760)
• Delhi, India
25 Aug 09
Hi there! I think kissing me on my cheeks, lips and eyes by my better half was one of the most fascinating and heavenly feelings, which could be termed as romantic for me.
• United States
25 Aug 09
I agree! Intimacy is a great feeling!
@dpk262006 (56760)
• Delhi, India
26 Aug 09
Yes, intimacy bring more romance in life.
@kmaram (2534)
• Philippines
25 Aug 09
Hi there, well i just share the recent one it was last May my birthday. On the day of my birthday i dont received anything my hubby was working abroad and he just texted me and chat with me that time. So i dont expecte anything because i dont really celebrate my birthday at all. ANyway, one day after my birthday there is delivery for me it was a cake and a flowers. It was came from my hubby he ordered it in the internet. So i asked him why not sent on my birthday he told me that for me to feel that he doesnt have any present for me but his really plan is to give it after my birthday, i find this one romantic because this is the first it was happened to me , anyway hope i can make sense here ... keep on mylotting
@patgalca (15636)
• Orangeville, Ontario
25 Aug 09
My husband doesn't have much romance in him. Sure, one year for our anniversary (10th) he made sure the restaurant reserved our favourite table and had flowers on the table when we got there. But I am usually the one that will go out of my way to put little notes in his lunch and stuff like that. When he went away to see his family one year, the girls and I painted signs that said "I love you" and "I miss you", then took pictures of ourselves holding the signs. I slipped the photographs into his suitcase for him to find while he was away. This is not something he would do. However, last week he went away again to see his family (the kids and I don't much care to go there so he goes alone a lot). He only went because he got a really cheap flight. I hate it when he is gone. This year, one hour after he walked drove out of our driveway a florist delivered a huge bouquet of flowers to our door. My husband had written a lovely little note with it telling me how he would love me forever. The next day he had my daughter go get a card he had written. He said he would be thinking of us and he would call and see how the girls' soccer tournaments went. It was a cute card with a picture of a maze on the front of it. There was a cartoon character at one end of the maze and one at the other. Near the top it said, "Here I am" and at the bottom it said "Here you are" and then on the inside it said, "That's too far... miss you". He has never done anything like that before and I love him for it. It made the first week without him go by so easily, and speaking to him on the phone after the tournaments was nice too. This has been one of the easiest two weeks without him just because he made those thoughtful gestures.