Watch a Little League baseball, soccer or football game.
Visit the library and ask the librarian a bizarre question.
That means sometimes there isn’t much extra money, sometimes there isn’t much extra time and sometimes we don’t have a babysitter. which means sometimes we have to get creative.) Things went great for the first four months. I felt so rushed and no good ideas were coming to me…
so I reached out to the most awesome group of people I could think of. (Are you receiving A Mom with a Lesson Plan emails? ) The response was incredible and I just couldn’t keep it to myself.
Answer this New York Times questionnaire that might make you fall in love. Take a free class at your library or community center in something neither of you are good at.
Play farmers market ABCs: See who can find something that starts with every letter of the alphabet first.
People say, "Variety is the spice of life," and we've sure tried a variety of dating experiences. I get them from friends or books, and I even brainstorm with students at some of my speaking engagements. I would say that renting a canoe on a very cold evening at dusk, getting lost and then tipping over the canoe with our clothes on was our dumbest choice for a date. You can make your own list, but I'll help you get started. Ten years later, though, it's fun to tell the story. Play people-watching bingo in the busiest place you know. Get dressed up and go on tours of expensive homes for sale in your neighborhood. Owned and operated by the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Artsgarden provides more than 300 free arts performances and exhibits each year. Join Indianapolis Downtown Artists & Dealers Association every First Friday of the month from 6 - 9 p.m.