Welcome to the A to Z blogging challenge where for the month of April we post everyday except Sundays, corresponding to each letter of the alphabet. I’ve chosen to blog about keeping the romance alive in a relationship along with ideas for married couple dates. Each post will also have a romantic song for you to listen to whilst you read.
Today’s song is by the gorgeous Ronan Keating – If Tomorrow Never Comes.
As some of you will know, my first instinct for the letter K was to talk about my beloved Ken, but as I did that in 2016 I thought I should do something different. I’ve chosen kissing as it’s such an important expression of romance and can convey so much emotion.
Do you remember your first kiss? Me – 11 years old but I won’t say who. Do you remember your first kiss with your special person? I do, I had giant, scary butterflies in my stomach as I was hoping that my beloved would kiss me but it’s also the fear that it won’t go well – you can only ever have one first kiss.
A kiss before one of you leaves the house, a kiss for no reason, and definitely a kiss before you go to sleep at night – really important moments of connection. Of course kissing is also great when it’s out of control and passionate and leads to other wonderful parts of a relationship.
We were kissing in a supermarket once and a man walking past muttered that we shouldn’t be doing that in the fruit and veg section – I should have asked him which section of the supermarket would have been appropriate. Another time we were kissing at a festival and some teenagers made gagging noises about ‘old people kissing’!
Today’s quote captures exactly how I feel about my beloved;
Pamela & Ken
Previous A to Z posts:
2017 = Kessock Bridge
2016 = Ken (the gorgeous one)
9 thoughts on “K is for Kissing”
I guess it depends on your own love life if you can deal with kissing and hand-holding couples in public. I remember when I was just being dumped I used to think \”enjoy it while it lasts – because it won't!\” Old people (and by that I mean they're in their 80s) who still display their affection in public touch me so much, it makes me happy and hopeful!Great song!Happy Friday 🙂 K is for Kruger: https://thethreegerbers.blogspot.ch/2018/04/k-is-for-kruger.html
I say go for it. Hubby and I do and we don't care what others think. We aren't inappropriate but we do kiss in public. Holding hands always.Have a fabulous day. ♥
I saw something online this morning saying it was International Kissing Day. Who knew?
I was a late bloomer, didn't have a first kiss until 16. I love that quote, much better to be the last than the first. Great song too, I have loved all of them so far.
Agree about aged people being affectionate in public, it always makes me feel happy.
Glad to hear and holding hands is always wonderful.Thanks for stopping by Sandee.
So wonderful that there is a national day, not that I need an excuse.
I didn't have my first proper kiss until I was 18, so you beat me. Glad you like the songs.
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