Tip #6–How to Win a Girl’s Heart and Keep It! Romance Tips that Worked on Me for 35 Years

By |May 8th, 2016|

Life is full of ups and downs, emotional highs and lows, contrasting colors. Even though your favorite color might be red, a solid red painting wouldn’t aesthetically pleasing. Instead, side-by-side, one color complements another, emphasizing the rich hues of each.

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Tip #5–How to Win a Girl’s Heart and Keep It! Romance Tips that Worked on Me for 35 Years

By |April 17th, 2016|

They say opposites attract, and my husband and I are living testimonies to this fact. When we take personality tests (which I love and he hates) we are on opposite sides of every personality perspective. I'm introverted--he's extroverted. I worry--he's laid-back. I'm serious--he's light hearted...

Tip #4–How to Win a Girl’s Heart… And Keep It! Romance Tips that Worked for Me for 35 Years

By |April 7th, 2016|

Here's a romance tip that may seem a bit antiquated. But the tiny bit of extra effort required always warms my heart.

Tip #3–How to Win a Girl’s Heart… And Keep it! Romance Tips that Worked on Me for 35 years

By |March 28th, 2016|

Here's the third tip in the romance advice series, How to Win a Girl's Heart... And Keep It!

Tip #2 How to Win a Girl’s Heart… And Keep it!–Romance Tips that Worked on Me for 35 Years

By |March 24th, 2016|

Continuing with the romance tip series... There's one thing that works as well now as thirty-five years ago when I first met the man whose blue-eyed gaze still makes me weak in the knees. Here's tip number two.

Tip #1–How to Win a Girl’s Heart… And Keep it! Romance Tips that Worked on Me for 35 Years

By |March 22nd, 2016|

Being loved by the world’s most romantic man for more than thirty-five years hasn’t exactly been a fairy tale. Life still happens. But every time I read the happy ending of a romance book, I’m convinced my man outshines even the most well-written romantic hero. Why? Because he’s real! He might not have an opportunity to save my life by slaying a dragon with a sword, but I know with absolute certainty that he would die for me in an instant. […]