I've always had this part fear/part acceptance that I'm on borrowed time with hubby
I’ve never understood the term “date night”
When I was courting with my then husband to be, we went to Paris and visited Sacré-Cœur at night to admire the scene as it was supposed to be very romantic, and I came away disappointed as I thought it was nothing special.
We went to Rome for our honeymoon, after I watched the film Roman Holiday and fell in love with the eternal city portrayed in that film, which I consider as one of the most romantic film ever made. Again, I came away disappointed, and it did not help that there was a lot of renovation works in the city being carried out for Y2K celebrations.
After my divorce, I went back to Paris with my late partner, and went to Sacré-Cœur again at night, and this time, I got it why Paris is often cited as one of the most romantic cities. It was magical.
My late partner provided me with the missing fireworks that was lacking in all my previous relationships, and I dearly missed him for that to this day (he died in 200.
So true. What makes a place romantic is who you are with, not where you are. I am so sorry your beloved partner died but glad you had that time with him to cherish always. Gentle (((hugs))).
Thanks for that, and I fully agree in that the person one is with makes a place romantic, and not the location itself.