Save Your Love Bombs
My first idea for you comes from my friend Anne who wrote to me saying that she chose her teenage daughter Vanessa, but since she’s a teenager going through all that tough stuff teenage girls go through, not the least of which is the need to pull away from their mothers, Anne felt that love bombing her every day with something specific might actually annoy Vanessa. (I remember being a teenager. She’s probably right!) And the last thing Anne wants is push her daughter away. So, what’s a mom to do?
I recommended that Anne write something she’d like to say to Vanessa every day. She could write it in a journal or just on slips of paper that she keeps in an envelope, a box, or a jar. Then in a few months time, when Vanessa leaves for college she can slip it into her luggage, or mail it with a care package. That way, when she’s thousands of miles from home and in need of mom’s love, she can read the notes ~ Savouring them one a day, or binging on them all at once.
So thanks to Anne, I came up with an idea for you: (and you don’t need to be dealing with a sensitive teenager to use it)
- During the 30 days of June: As well as telling your person 30 things you love about them, write down what you say each day on a slip of paper and keep it in a jar. Keep the jar to yourself.
- At the end of the month: give your person the jar full of your little love notes.
- They can keep it somewhere they’ll see it regularly to remember the many ways you love them.
- In the future they can pull a random note out every day and let the love bombs continue.
What are some of your ideas for the 30 day love explosion? Please share them in the comments.
*All names have been changed to protect the love.
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I’m loving love bombing my sweet husband and receiving his love bombs. They come in words, texts and gestures. Your idea above is brilliant. Love you, Deb!