This short "Romantic Memo" contains thoughts, observations, research and ideas about Keeping RomanceAlive  in relationships.


The sky glowed with the colors only available in the tropics: vibrant blues, flaming oranges, smoldering reds, and multiple shades in between. The clouds looked like mounds of cotton mixed with pink-stained cotton candy. The placid sea continued forever, reflecting the canvas above till it mixed with the darkening sky.

In the white sand, two sets of footprints trailed behind the couple as they meandered hand-in-hand, headed into their own evening off the right side of my computer screen.

Below this sunset tranquility I read, “Reignite romance with just one click of your mouse.”

Find me my mouse. I want to click for romance.

You might be thinking, “Yea. If only it were that easy to ignite romance in my relationship.”

I’m right there with you. I’d like to have a mouse that instantly creates a Romantic Interlude with just one click. I’d click that mouse and be meandering the beach hand-in-hand.

If you’ve seen scores of summers, you might remember when creating a Romantic Interlude involved

  • The yellow pages,
  • Searching the newspaper entertainment section,
  • Making long-distance calls to get information mailed to you, and
  • Hoping someone might know someone who’s been there and could tell you what it’s like

While today you can create a Romantic Interlude with a mouse or your thumb, it takes forethought to create an Interlude your sweetheart will enjoy. It takes deliberate observations to learn how your sweetheart wants to be romanced.

Once you know the secret of how your sweetheart prefers to be romanced, you’re just a few clicks or finger-taps away from creating that Romantic Interlude, all from the convenience of your chair.

The Romantic Interlude may not be a tropical paradise. But you can be just a few clicks away from a romantic paradise with your sweetheart.


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