Q is for Quatervois

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 from the fabulous Queen – I was born to love you.

Q is for Quatervois, which means a decision or crossroads in ones life. Everyone has moments in their life in which they feel that they are standing at a crossroads and when I met my beloved that was definitely one of them. Go back to Australia or stay in the UK with my true love – who am I kidding, it wasn’t really a crossroads, more like a one way street that led straight to Ken.

In relationships there are lots of important decisions and metaphorical crossroads, but as long as you face them together then hopefully the decisions will be easy ones. Being in love doesn’t mean that you’re automatically going to agree with each other, but hopefully you will listen to each other and come to a mutual agreement.

 Q is also for quality moments, and shared quiet. Treasure those small moments that feel like you’re the only two people in the world, whether it’s on a walk out in the countryside or curled up in dressing gowns together.

Today’s quote:

Pamela & Ken

5 thoughts on “Q is for Quatervois

  1. I've never heard the expression \”Quatervois\”, so thanks for the explanation. Cool picture of the two of you wearing bathrobes :-)And QUEEN *humming* one of the greatest bands ever!Happy Friday!


  2. I have not heard of the word 'Quatervois' before, guess you learn something new things every day. all roads lead to crossroads, I think but you what you said about relationships makes sense, you can't always agree but you can make the decision together and that's what matter.have a lovely day.


  3. Pingback: Q is for Queuing | Tasmanian Abroad

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