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Our Mini-Dreams 

Design

As a date night discussion guide 

Foundation

Nurtures a pattern of fun dates and creative times for couples to connect with each other throughout the year  

Tools

  • Schedule a dinner or coffee date within the next few weeks. 
  • Each spouse should check at least three items on the reverse side to do together. 

During the Date 

  1. Each spouse takes turns sharing his or her top three choices. 
  2. Spend some time dreaming up other things to do together. 
  3. Plan and schedule two additional dates— take turns selecting from this list to start mini-living your mini-dreams

Activities

Check all that you would enjoy doing with your spouse.

□ Go bowling 
□ Go to a museum 
□ Find new games to play 
□ Take a cooking class 
□ Go dancing/dance lessons 
□ Camp out in the house or yard 
□ Movie marathon 
□ Go to the zoo 
□ Find a new hobby together 
□ Go to a concert 
□ Have a progressive dinner date night 
□ Put a puzzle together 
□ Find a drive-in movie or have your own in the backyard 
□ Find a way to serve together 
□ Go on walks 
□ Play on a playground 
□ Work in the yard/garden 
□ Go through old pictures, share wonderful memories 
□ Put together your family tree 
□ Go on a road trip 
□ Try a new restaurant 
□ Meet a new neighbor; bring them goodies you baked 
□ Go roller-skating 
□ Play putt-putt golf 
□ Go horseback riding 
□ People watch at the mall 
□ Eat on your good china 
□ Plant a tree together 
□ Pick blueberries/peaches to make something with the fruit 

□ Make activity coupon books for each other 
□ Go to a musical 
□ Have a massive food fight or water fight 
□ Go on a scavenger hunt; make scavenger hunts for each other 
□ Spend preset amount of money on each other window shopping with “pretend” money 
□ Go to an IMAX film 
□ Take a photography class 
□ Go fishing 
□ Build a fire to make s’mores 
□ Rent a favorite movie the other has not seen 
□ Star gaze/go to the Aquarium 
□ Fly a kite together 
□ Ride go-carts 
□ Build something together 
□ Go to a sporting event 
□ Run through the sprinkler 
□ Do day trips to small towns 
□ Ride bikes or trail hike 
□ Go bird watching 
□ Start collecting something 
□ Make a list of compliments to share with each other 
□ Find a new recipe, grocery shop and cook it together 
□ Pray aloud for each other 
□ Go to the Arboretum/park for a picnic and pictures 
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