Tori Spelling recently celebrated her 36th birthday and her husband, Dean McDermott, surprised her with a new tattoo featuring a large Koi fish symbolizing Tori, with three baby Koi (the children), and a spray of peonies, which stand for health and prosperity, as well as the word “forever” … forever etched into his skin.
Remembering that true love is an act of will, more about seeking to meet your beloved’s need than a clever display (literally, in this case) of affection, and upon reflecting on just how befuddled I would be if my husband of twenty-something years showed up all Koi’ed-up for my birthday, I decided to put together a list of things that one might do to express their undying love on a birthday and/or on any other day.
Fill Up on Love:
A Reduction Sauce of Love: Minus the Fluff
Listen to the worries and the joys.
Smile while looking into your beloved’s eyes.
Respect each other.
Share your dreams and values.
Talk to each other … and then
Walk the talk together.
Snuggle, spoon, hold hands and hug.
Have fun and laugh.
Just be there.
Totally present … the best present!
Optional: A Dash of Flash
A tangible shiny gift always appreciated.
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