Today, I present Part 1 of my two-part series on the proper gift for the new or unofficial relationship. ” Then it hits you: you have to get them a present! When things are going well, you don’t want anything to rock the boat.
Part 1 is for the gentlemen and next week, I’ll offer some ideas for the ladies. You need a gift that says “I like you” but not “I want to meet your parents tomorrow.” Rule number 1: Don’t roll out the red carpet. Well, you did just start dating and you want to save a little magic for later, if/when things get more serious.
Pick a restaurant that has a long wait list but you were slick enough to swing by early on and ask the owner for a little help.
That says, “It may be early, but I want to see this last longer.” As for the present, keep it simple – maybe a book they have talked about reading or a bottle of wine they have been dying to try.
It might be a visit to an old school or house, or maybe a trip to park, beach, etc. Glide over the roof tops pointing out sights of interest or just enjoy floating on air.There are tons of trails near by so we pick one we haven't been down and go exploring.You get to see if they're a fair player, and how competitive/over competitive they are. You have plenty of time to talk, the activity can be stopped and restarted at any point...made one if those two sided fleece knotted blankets and said "we'll be using this for our picnic on valentines day" (the picnic was a surprise of sorts) So when valentines day came around we went on a picnic and it was wonderful.Bonus: Here hon let me help you with your swing We flip a coin to make decisions on whether we head right or left, head into a pub, or bar, or bookstore or eat dinner at a certain place, taking turns flipping and picking the thing to be flipped on. She then announced she had a surprise for me, and told me to walk over to a bush and pick up what is in there. I totally recommend a silly string fight to any couple.