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April 23, 2008
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~~~ In This Issue ~~~
* From the Editor – love wins
* Its the Little Things – celebrate everything
* Contest – search and find
* Tip of the Week – electronic scavenger hunt
* Romantic Resources – get closer
* Who is Michael Webb?
~~~ From the Editor ~~~
As I mentioned last week I will be highlighting some great
non-profits in this newsletter. I am donating some of my ad space
to them. I hope your check out Love Wins. Always. in this issue.
Have a touching week. — Michael
~~~ It’s the Little Things ~~~
Celebrating your beloved’s achievements – big or small.
~~~ Sponsor ~~~
I recently met Hugh who does something amazing. He loves homeless
people full-time. I dont mean as an emotion. I mean it as an
action. He helps restore their dignity by spending time with them,
serving them, helping them to find jobs or healthcare. No agency
pays him to do this.
I urge you to read what he is doing and consider how you can help
those whose suffering is beyond our comprehension. Perhaps you
can give him five dollars a month so he can hand out more clean
socks. Maybe you can do something in your own community. Let me
know how it touches you.
P.S. Be sure to read his “April letter”. Engrossing.
My foundation is helping Hugh with monthly support.
~~~ Contest ~~~
Thanks to all who entered last weeks contest.
From all the correct entries, I randomly chose: Elsa Badenhorst
Cape Town – South Africa
There were mulitple correct answers to last weeks contest.
*** This week’s contest:
In what city does Hugh (the guy I mentioned earlier) serve the
To enter the contest email your answer to me email@example.com and
put “homeless” in the subject line. In the text of the email give
me your answer along with your name and city where you live. From
all the correct answers received one will be chosen at random to
win a trip the Prize Vault.
TheRomantic.com’s ever growing PRIZE VAULT is filled with over 100
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~~~ Sponsor ~~~
This week I received a letter from a lady who has been married for 3
years and she already feels like the romance and spark are gone from
her relationship even though they were initially quite passionate.
Everything gets boring after a while!
If you feel like things are a little ho-hum, stale,
same-ole-same-ole, then a very SIMPLE way to spice things up is
to put more games into your relationship. I dont mean checkers
Here are some games you will want to play behind closed doors
(or at least with the blinds closed).
~~~ Tip of the Week ~~~
ELECTRONIC SCAVENGER HUNT
by Michael Webb
Scavenger hunts are one of the more popular romantic ideas. You
send your sweetheart around the house or town, searching for clues
and perhaps picking up gifts along the way.
A modern version of the scavenger hunt incorporates the
computer. Here are some different ways you can set up a scavenger
hunt for your sweetheart.
Create some webpages. You might want to use a free service like
Yahoo or Google. Give your mate the url of the first page. On
that page will be a clue. Perhaps it could be something like
“What is the name of the restaurant where I proposed to you? Use
that name to create the url of the next page you will go to:
you can also create multiple choice questions and by clicking on the
right answer, it leads you on to the next page. You can continue this
hunt for several pages if you want and have the last page be a coupon
for a present or simply a page that is a dedication of your love,
including photographs, love poems and other things your have written.
Here’s another idea. Send your sweetheart on a hunt using existing
sites. Have them collect the answers to your questions (similar
to this week’s contest above). Use questions that are meaningful
to your relationship, such as “One of my favorite musicals is Les
Miserables. Which city did it debut?” or “My favorite cuisine is
Thai. Name two Thai restaurants we have never been to within 40
miles of our house.” The clues will give them “clues” for future
romantic dates and gifts.
And yet one more. This idea uses your computer only, not the
Internet. Create files throughout your system, in different
directories for your partner to find. Use fun file names such
as yourthebest and loveyou. Have them search for all the files,
including clues to get to the next one. The final page they open will
tell them what their reward is for successfully completing the hunt.
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~~~ Who is Michael Webb? ~~~
Athena’s loving husband
Father to Ashton and Ireland
Best-selling author of over a dozen books including:
* The Romantic’s Guide: 100s of Creative Tips for a Lifetime of Love
* The Romantic’s Guide to Popping the Question
* 50 Secrets of Blissful Relationships
* 50 More Secrets of Blissful Relationships
* 300 Creative Dates
* 1000 Questions for Couples
* A Better Way to Date
* 500 Lovemaking Tips & Secrets
Founder, National Resurrect Romance Week (second full week in Aug)
Syndicated Columnist, “TheRomantic.com Column”
Romance/Relationship expert on over 500 TV/radio stations
Founder, Love One Another Foundation
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