Dating aniversary

The funny thing is when she asked me my thoughts on doing something for the one year, and I said "Not likely", she said "I knew that's what you would say". I'm not being mean, but really I don't see anything special about dating for a year.

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As with any gift, it's the thought that counts; even a low-priced present can have tremendous meaning behind it.

It can be challenging to find a great gift that won't break the bank or end up shoved in a drawer. A collection of pictures from your year together brings back nostalgia, plus he'll think of you every time he sees it.

After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Gilfriend and I hit the one mile milestone on 9/1/09.

It's not the exact date, but based on our history we both agree on that date.

Better yet, see if you can get a meet and greet with some of the players.

While a watch or wallet are not the most romantic gifts, they are both practical items he'll use every day. Have the watch engraved with the anniversary date, or place a custom label on the wallet's interior (and stock it with pictures of the two of you).

Just be sure you realize that the other party may also like to do things when they are moved to and dont dismiss their desire as alway fleeting. However since you see the relationship as long term, I see no harm in a nice dinner or glass of bubbly. However since you see the relationship as long term, I see no harm in a nice dinner or glass of bubbly. A year is a good landmark and let's face it anniversaries are simply a good excuse for a little extra romance so what is wrong with that ? I would say 3/6 months is silly but a year seems reasonable to me anyway...

As far as time frames go - if you have hit the 1 year mark it is time to start making plans for the relationship! As far as time frames go - if you have hit the 1 year mark it is time to start making plans for the relationship! After a year you still label it as "dating" wouldn't that be more of a relationship? I look at dating as the time you decide if anything long term will develop. Wine her and dine her, get her a little something ( does not have to be big or expensive) show her how you feel , she will be happy and feel cherished , I don't really see the downside I must admit.

Whether you've been dating a few years or married for decades, true love in a committed relationship is certainly cause to celebrate. "I could not tell you if I loved you the first moment I saw you, or if it was the second or third or fourth.

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