The Rachael Ray Show
Text romance....what a thought!
Text the romance back to us older husbands and wives sounds like something a group of teens from high school would talk about in their discussions about boyfriends or girlfriends doesn't it?
Roll back the years in your mind, though, to when you were their age all excited about love, romance and relationships. Wouldn't you have loved to have text messaging back then?
Don't act like you wouldn’t have used it to text romance!
You would have been texting, tweeting, emailing, Facebooking, and using all social media platforms available to play cupid with your boyfriend or girlfriend if any of this stuff had of been available back then.
So, I have a question for all you husbands and wives who really know the value of creative love, romance and expression.
Why are you letting teenagers have all the fun?
Why have you put love and romance on your adult shelf lost in the smug of the same-ole, same-ole?
This stuff works!
I've used texting for romantic purposes with my wife and it flat out works.
There is something about a busy day at work being interrupted by your husband texting you romantic thoughts. It builds excitement and anticipation just like those little post-it-note expressions of love you used to hand your boyfriend or girlfriend as you passed them in the hallways at school.
After the little love note years came answering machines at home. You know you left many a "I Love You," message on those crazy things so you could score romantic points with the love of your life.
Part of love and romance is creative expression. Whether you are singing the love of your life your rendition of a love song you wrote just for them, or using colorful stationary paper to frame that poem you wrote in a scrapbook. It builds memories! It builds connection! It reminds them that you are thinking of them, and that you cared enough to let them know.
Sure, you have to use it wisely.
Sure, you have to be discreet.
But being wise and discreet didn't keep you from using the tools like the ones we’ve already talked about to show your romantic side did it?
If you're going to rise up and text romance, why not find out how to really do it right? When I saw this on Rachael Ray I wished I had of been the one to think of it.
When you check out Text the Romance Back yourself by watching the short video above where Michael Fiore was on the Rachael Ray Show talking about it and then clicking the ebook cover below, you'll have a better understanding of what I mean.
Here's to happy texting and all the romantic love you can experience in your life.
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