Relationship Tips for a Happy Marriage Part 65: Thunderstorms
Pounding rain and thunderstorms shouldn’t put a damper on your romantic date ideas. There are lots of ways to have fun during thunderstorms while still staying out of harm’s way. Below are some rainy day date ideas that are perfect for storms.
There is no better time to cuddle with our partner than when it’s raining heavily. It keeps you warm and provides a sense of security from the thunder and lightning outside. Even better, you can fall asleep in the arms of your partner and have him wake you up once the storm has died down.
Curling up on the sofa with a good book and a cup of hot tea is a great way to pass time during a storm. You can even turn it into a couple’s activity by reading to each other.
Make the experience more interesting by reading a scary book. The sound of thunder combined with a good thriller should make for a memorable experience.
Watch the Storm Roll in
Storm watching can be a lot of fun especially if you are not scared of thunderstorms. You get to see the sky darken as the storm develops and watch spectacular lightning displays. All you have to do is draw the curtains and enjoy the show.
Smell the Storm
The smell of changing weather patterns and fresh earth is hard to say no to. Therefore, do not hesitate to go outside or open your window once the storm begins to die down. The cool clean air and light rain is bound to be refreshing.
Stay Safe Though
Storms can be both fun and dangerous. However, there are few safety precautions that you can take to ensure that you do not put yourself in harm’s way.
- Keep all doors and windows locked until the storm begins to die down.
- Do not go outside until the lightning has stopped and strong winds have passed.
- Tune in to weather updates before and during the storm because this information will help you to decide what is safe and what is not.
The above list of romantic date ideas for rainy days is a clear indication that it is possible to enjoy thunderstorms. Therefore, you know what to do during the next storm!