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My husband and I have kind of hit a rut in our marriage and are working on it.
We have a very supportive family that are always there for us.
We are not really movie ppl unless we have movie night at home, and we have done Cool Crest miniature golf which is fun. We laugh when the other one makes a gutter ball, we joke how a strike is a lucky!
But I really want to find something new and different, so we can can get to know each other again. Then I thought about going window shopping at the Plaza...already said.
Even my family is like "You guys need to quit having these pitiful date nights, go do something fun." I don't want to spend a ton of money, but a little investment in keeping it spicy is okay!! How about the going for an afternoon date to the Nelson?
We've also gone an wondered around a book store...talking about books we've read, comparing books we've read...giving each other ideas for new books. The Jazz district Negro League Museum Union Station A ball game.
Also, after MANY years of marriage, it's fun to often include other couples in the mix :) If it's a date "day" we like to take a hike with our dog, go to Costco (so romantic, huh?
) If it's a date "night" we like to eat out, have drinks, play pool or darts, go bowling, maybe listen to live music if we are lucky.
However I have noticed when Grandmas come to baby sit our date nights consist of dinner, maybe some ice cream and then we come home.
I am so sick of it, but I have no idea what else to do. Then go to the rooftop of O'Doud's and have a drink and people-watch. After that, go to the Power and Light and hang out outside or grab some bowling at Lucky Strike- that's the only place I've ever seen where bowling looks sexy! My first thought was bowling..I peeked at other answers! But seriously we have so much fun going bowling..are both competitive and heckle each other all the time.
) I haven't been there but up by Nebraska Furniture there is a French chateau that family members have stayed at and they love that. The Power and Light District seems to have a lot to do. go skating (roller rink) take a cooking class together pack a picnic lunch and take it to the park and play and have fun (frisbee, football, tennis, swing on the swings, take a walk) and laugh at all the people that are there with their kids!
It's more romantic and there are all sorts of places up there to eat and things to see and if you don't like what you see there drive on to some of the places mentioned. and enjoy the fact that you dont have yours cause your single!
You could go to a university that has a culinary department and ask to see free demos or student tastings.