These challenges come from a small writing group. We have a large series of random questions that we answer and share. The goal is to answer at least one per week. (Sort of like being in a writing class where you are assigned the topic to write about.)
Come up with a more exciting way to say “I love you.”
My Love Story
Does it still count if I say it in another language?
Ich liebe dich is German.
Te quiero is Spanish.
Je t’aime is French.
Never having had any of these versions said to me in a romantic situation, I searched for some others. One of my favorites is from the movie “The Runaway Bride,” “I guarantee that some point one or both of us is gonna want to get out of this thing. But I also guarantee that if I don’t ask you to be mine, I’ll regret it for the rest of my life. Because I know, in my heart, you’re the only one for me.”
You most certainly can have the only piece of dark chocolate candy in the box.
Yours is the only face I want to see on the pillow next to mine, every day from now on.
Yes, we can spend an extra week at the cabin on the lake.
I already paid for your hair appointment today, and I added a pedicure so make sure you get there early.
Do you mind if I cook dinner today?
I would love to find just one more quilt shop today.
Your spaghetti sauce is the best I have ever eaten.
Let’s get an extra session in at the health club this week.
Today is your ladies card game here, let me help you clean house before I go to my brothers.
Of course I think this is the year we go back to Alaska for at least a week.
Since we all have different love languages, it’s fun to take a small look at what it might look like to different people. It’s easy if you are in a long term relationship to forget that we often hear and say things in many different ways.