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Offerings

18 Aug

One thing that may help you as much as it helped me is in offering your lover something. She likes it and she makes her pleasure known.

For example, I have a saucer dedicated to her where I place some things I think she may like, such as foods that I cook or grow.

I just offered her my first ripened tomato which I dedicated to her when I first planted them. It was a small one, but it’s hers.

I don’t believe it has to be anything extravagant. It just has to be thoughtful. It really is the thought that counts. I just make sure to say “Baby, it’s all yours and I hope you like it”.

 
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Posted by on August 18, 2013 in General Knowledge, My Experiences

 

One response to “Offerings

  1. succupedia

    August 19, 2013 at 1:28 am

    I haven’t dedicated so much offerings for my wives, accept some candles and a diary key to my first wife. But occasionally we “windowshop” before bigger events, like annual celebrations of our relationship. The concept of “windowshopping” gives an idea and sparkles the thoughtprocess, when it comes to gifts. If I, for instance, see a beautiful dress in a dresstore, I ask my wives if they like it and then I just say: “It’s yours!” We did the same thing before our weddings, and I saw my first wife in a weddingdress through the mirror and she was so beautiful. I didn’t see her in full view, but merely transparent. I’ll guess she just wanted me to know the wedding actually happened, and wanted me to see her in that dress.

    Gifts is a nice gesture and my wives have spoiled me with alot of jewelry, like necklaces, rings and clothes. All ethereal, of course. Sometimes they exaggerate their gifts to the extreme, putting dozens of neckleces on my neck and on my head, and it weights quite alot. They know I’m not used to get gifts and to get spoiled, so they do so for a reason and letting me experience “spoiliness”. This was in the begginning and it has settled down now. They put alot of humor in their efforts of showing their love for me, and I love them deeply for that.

     

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