The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is the little white bead with a design has already rubbed off.The "his" & "hers" part is inset and the black hasn't rubbed off at all. And as Hubby thumbed through those pages, he found the potential for romance, intimacy, laughter, and — most importantly — time together.Using ideas I found for ) Regardless of cost, the point of this gift was to carve out time for Hubby and I to be together.It was AWESOME -- four hours of REAL communication .... Bliss.)(Next month, to celebrate our 8th Anniversary, we are going ice-skating and then coming back home to recreate the dessert we enjoyed on our 1st anniversary.There's also another element I have planned for that night, but it's a surprise for Hubby. )(December is always crazy and stressful, so for this date, we're going to play it low key.I (51F) am terrified of the idea of letting untreated mental illness ruin his life, how do I get him to seek help?
(I’m right.) That makes sense, my boyfriend is a creative soul, and he thrives off of other creative and independent energies.I can also tell she is artsy by her handwriting and the way the pages are laid out.There is negative space that makes the scrapbook refreshing to flip through, color that captures the emotions felt in the frozen memories, and lovely little sentences written to commemorate their relationship.Not time worrying about the kids or projects around the house, but time that hearkens back to those days before marriage …when you nervously anticipated holding each others hands for the first time.