It’s the little things…


Sometimes the little things are actually the biggest things of all.

Saying “Thank you.”

Leaving love notes.

Smiling when you both get the joke at the same time.

A long chatty drive.

Your shared love of animals.

Singing along to the song on the radio.

A kiss hello.

A kiss good-bye.

Sitting in the backyard at night in shared silence.

Talking on the phone in the car when you are on your way home and your honey is already there.





Appointment Sex


Sometimes I see folks complaining about “Appointment Sex” or scheduled sex with their partner. They feel like it’s not spontaneous, and therefore not romantic.

I totally have to disagree.

Mr. Treats is an older gentleman who uses a little, um, chemical performance assistance, just like SO many men nowadays do. There is nothing wrong with that at all, but it’s a little known fact that you can’t really have any fatty foods or really much food in your system at all in order for these little blue or orange pills to work correctly.

So, in order for our alone time  – we call it “Date Night,” said in initial caps lol – to be of the best quality, it takes some planning ahead. Because he has to watch what he eats in order for the pills work their intended magic, we have a set schedule for our Date Nights.

Let me tell you, this anticipation is a form of foreplay. We get extra flirty with each other a few days in advance, and the double entendres start flowing the morning of our Date. It’s so much fun!

Because of busy spring and summer activities, we recently changed things to an afternoon Date. That made things even more fun, because not only do we get to enjoy each other without a time limit, but we get a chance to enjoy a meal together afterward without worrying about anything or any restrictions.

Anyway, I gotta go – It’s Date Night 😉




A Fun Post-Date Night Activity

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Want to keep the fun going once you get home from your fun night out? Shop together online!

Looking at a pleasure product website that is designed to be couple-friendly can help you and your partner learn a lot about each other.

Communication is a key element in any healthy relationship, but when it comes to bedroom activities it’s easy to be too shy to ask for what you want.

Setting aside some time for you and your honey to shop together online is a subtle way to let your partner know what you are interested in, and to learn what your partner wants to try

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and also what he or she has no interest in at all.

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Body Candy Romantic Treats is perfect for this activity, because even though the product selection is spicy, the pleasure product designs are of a more subtle nature.

Go on, give it a try! You’ll be so glad you did 😉

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18 Signs the Honeymoon Phase of Your Relationship Never Ended

Cosmo just posted this, and I love it and feel like I could have written it so I’m sharing with you all here 🙂


1. The best part of your day, every day, after years and years of being together, is coming home to your significant other. 

2. You cuddle every single night. Cuddling never gets old. Cuddling is the chocolate of couple behaviors.

3. He actually gets excited about watching your TV shows with you. He makes sure he’s home in time for The Bachelor, even if he sits there for the two hours reading his phone and making sassy comments about the whole mess. He tolerates it because he just loves being with you.

 4. Even after all this time, you are convinced he’s the hottest man on the planet. He thinks you’re the most beautiful woman who’s ever walked the earth.

5. You travel together without getting into big, embarrassing, crying-in-the-airport fights. In fact, you actually amuse each other, and have interesting or funny conversations when you’re standing in the airport security line. Because even hell (airports) is bliss when you’re together.

6. He’ll randomly massage your hands or feet, or do whatever physical thing he does that you love, just to make you feel nice out of the blue. 

7. You can tell each other what annoys you about the other and find it amusing rather than rage-inducing. You secretly find each other’s obsessions and idiosyncrasies adorable. His occasional borderline OCD-esque behavior becomes a funny story you can’t resist telling your friends.

8. Date night is still the best night of the week. Because you get uninterrupted, cell phone-free time to stare deeply into each other’s eyes across a table. No, you don’t care how gross it is. Yes, you’re holding hands while you do it.

9. You always give each other a kiss good-bye before you leave. Even if one of you is sleeping, parting wouldn’t feel right without a kiss.

10. You can’t do anything together without touching each other for an extended period of time. If you’re reading together on the couch or in bed, you feel compelled to hold his hand or high-five him or something.

11. Someone in your family or friend group has probably remarked at some point within the past year how touchy-feely you and your partner are. You can’t help it! Romantic magnetism is a force beyond your control.

12. If you’re married, every time you go on vacation together, it feels like your honeymoon all over again. 

13. Dry spells are a concept you don’t understand. When you watch shows likeTogetherness about couples who don’t want to have sex with each other, you can’t imagine life being like that. (See above re: ~*rOmAnTiC MaGnEtiSm*~.)

14. You get excited about doing little things for each other, like cooking dinner or picking up his favorite bagels/takeout/other thing he likes. It makes coming home to each other even better than is usually is.

15. You are delighted when he brings home flowers for you, but not floored by the gesture.He does this from time to time, especially when you’re having a bad day. You never expect it, but you’re not surprised about it.

16. Your friends talk about how cute you two are. And when people who don’t know both of you ask to see pictures, they always comment about how adorable you are as a couple.

17. You still wear the lingerie you got at your bridal shower/bachelorette. 

18. You love Valentine’s Day. It’s like date night squared. ❤

Under Construction

I’ll never understand how some women think their man is a “Project.”


Ladies, if you didn’t like who he was from the start of the relationship, you will NOT be able to change him into the person you want.

Yes, he will watch football every Sunday; don’t argue about it, this is what he likes! No, he will not put his socks in the hamper; just live with it! Yes, he will spend time with his pals; great, this is your time to go out with the girls or even spend a little time with yourself!

You need to be able to accept your guy as he is, for WHO he is. If he wants to make changes because you’ve inspired him to do so, that’s a fantastic bonus. But a woman who treats her guy like a fixer-upper then acts disappointed and surprised that he isn’t changing into what she wants drives me bananas .