The moon can provide the perfect ambiance for romance and setting the stage for a valentine. A night sky provides for subtleties that can be missed in the bright of day.
The mystery is invited, actions are slower and time seems missed.
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Is nighttime your preferred time to be romantic? Some people can be romantic in either the day or night. However, for multiple reasons, the nighttime seems to be reserved for the special people in our lives. We can cook that special dinner parlaying into a possible movie afterward with your special someone.
Some couples take strolls at night or take a drive down to a secluded place like the beach or a lookout. And this is because the night sky provides a nest around your budding or existing relationship. It seems like it is just the two of you in your own little pod. This time can be for getting to know one another better as well as the melding of individual minds.
If this Valentine’s Day promises to be one filled with someone you would like to spend more time with, then by all means, set that stage for her. Plan that night out and invite her to go along with you for a ride, a movie or just dinner.
If your sweetheart is someone you want to present with something special than rotate that date into a loving gift. Jewelry always and I mean ALWAYS does the trick. However, it is important to get her the right piece. Presenting her with a diamond ring can be awkward if it is too soon and you don’t want to send the wrong message. However, this doesn’t mean to steer away from trinkets.
A necklace like this one is lovely and any woman will feel valued and loved to receive it!
See here: Celtic Wave Claddagh Pendent.
Incorporating a Claddagh into the design says exactly what you might want to say to her. “You love her, you like her because you are friends and you are loyal to her.” That message would be hard to misunderstand. That is why a piece like this necklace is a perfect gift for any valentine.
If you want to add more, than add more! You can always build up from there. Whether your relationship continues to bloom or not may still be unseen. If it does continue, you can look back on the first gift you gave her and say,”remember that necklace I got you?” If you are lucky, you will have plenty of occasions to give her more meaningful gifts and this is a wonderful place to start!
If looking for the right way to present it, just trust the moonlight. Use it as your inspiration and tell her what you want her to know. A woman will appreciate your feelings just as long as they are sincere and coming from your heart.
And for those who need a little help with words, a classic Irish love poem like this one will make her quite happy.
“Moonshine” by Richard Murphy
I must be alone:
We must be together.
I think I love you
When I’m alone
More than I think of you
When we’re together.
I cannot think
Alone I love
To think of us together:
Together I think
I’d love to be alone.