Pampering your partner for intimate moments

Written by Janett Colon

Pampering your partner for those intimate moments- Ever think that your partner is getting old ofrepparttar same old routine or that you aren't pleasing your partner or maybe your not holding up to your end of those intimate moments in your relationship. Try putting a little twist in your relationship by pampering your partner. Be creative; spice things up for those intimate moments. Here are a few simple things you can do; Start with your bedroom for starters. observe your room maybe a change inrepparttar 122055 lighting or a few candles inrepparttar 122056 room might just help in settingrepparttar 122057 tone. Intimate moments don't always have to be rushed. Pampering your partner with some pleasurable fore-play can really make those intimate moments exciting, kiss them for 5mininutes non-stop licking their lips and sucking their tongue.

Writing Your Wedding Vows the Way Poets Do

Written by Chris Simeral

Let’s face it, not many of us haverepparttar kind of skills or experience to write truly poetic wedding vows. Or do we? Here’srepparttar 122054 truth: Even if you don’t know Dylan Thomas from Bob Dylan, and you’re pretty sure T.S. Elliot was that guy who wroterepparttar 122055 words to Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “Cats,” all is not lost! In fact, there are ways to learn to writerepparttar 122056 words you want. With four simple steps, you can take what you feel in your heart and make it come out as sweetly as any Shakespearian sonnet.

Step 1: Decide on a theme

Finding a theme should arguably berepparttar 122057 easiest part of writing poetry for your wedding vows. But you don’t want to be stuck with something trite or cliché, even thoughrepparttar 122058 theme of romantic love is probablyrepparttar 122059 oldest known for poetry. There are lots of ways to avoid writingrepparttar 122060 same old “roses are red, violets are blue” type of poem. One trickrepparttar 122061 pros use is to envision what a newspaper article about your relationship would say. Would it discuss how and where you met? How your relationship has stayed strong, even duringrepparttar 122062 hard times? What your love has meant to one another? Since newspaper articles get right torepparttar 122063 point, this exercise can help you pick out an overriding theme for your vows.

Step 2: Allow time for reverie

No, not “revelry” (hopefully that will be what your wedding day is all about), but reverie – a quiet time devoted to a kind of dreamy meditation. Try some tricks for allowing yourself time to truly think about your poem -- and not just those things that allow you to “act like a poet.” Go for a walk alone, listen to instrumental music, or simply shutrepparttar 122064 door to a room in your house and ask not to be disturbed. The most important thing to remember with any of these methods is that you don’t let other people interrupt your time.

Step 3: Choose your topic

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