Dating idea for married couple
Many towns have outdoor concerts or outdoor plays throughout the summer at the local parks and these are a fabulous way to enjoy a romantic summer evening with your spouse.Even where I grew up in a very rural area, you could drive about an hour and watch a fabulous outdoor theater production about Abraham Lincoln on any night of the week.Though this kind of thing can be challenging in a relationship, you can also have fun.My husband and I once enjoyed an entire weekend of painting and cleaning a home we needed to sell. Working together to accomplish a goal is an amazing thing, and I believe if you work hard and practice patience then you will grow closer together as you work.We usually end up eating it with our family instead of alone (meal times are always exciting around here) but the other activities end up being fun for us, and can totally count as date time!Since the daylight lasts longer in the summer, this is an easy and (almost) free activity.And, at the end of the post we have a printable planning sheet you can use to choose and mark off date nights as you finish them – sort’ve like a bucket list of dates!Whether you live near a lake or an ocean or near cornfields or mountains you can find a beautiful place to see the sunrise or sunset!
You can also pick a pretty location where you can watch the sunset and listen to the audiobook at the same time. Anywhere with a great view is the perfect place for a shared book!
There is a place about an hour’s drive from us that offers several warehouses full of items for your home. We’ll be heading back soon, and I think date night might be the perfect time. Depending on where we decide to eat, I will swing by work and pick him up.
We don’t get to spend a long time together, but this is a fun way to see each other during the day when we normally wouldn’t, and it is always an hour well-spent. This is an activity that my husband and I always enjoyed together when we were dating.
Choose a soup kitchen or perhaps a ministry at your church in which you can serve together My husband and I enjoy cooking together.
On occasion, we have created a menu plan, headed out to the grocery store to pick up our items, and then returned home to prepare the meal.
Take a drive into the mountains (we are not too far from the Blue Ridge Parkway here), travel along the beach and marvel at the ocean, or find some beautiful farm country to admire.