Tagged: Sports

#57. Don’t interrupt the game because preseason is over.

English: Dallas Cowboys wordmark

English: Dallas Cowboys wordmark (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


I don’t know anything about football, but I do know that since preseason is over not to bother him until the game is over.  Kudos to the ladies who are into football, but for those of you who are like me, use it as an opportunity for girl time.

*Sorry for not posting in months… There have been things going on, but I appreciate the support of this blog*



#32. Wear something off the shoulder.

Purple off-shoulder dress - ck Calvin Klein

Purple off-shoulder dress – ck Calvin Klein 

I don’t know what it is, but a little shoulder action tends to do something for men.  Regardless of if it’s a cute blouse or dress or an oversized, slouchy t-shirt, fellas love it and since “off-the-shoulder” probably isn’t your everyday attire, he’ll know you’re doing it for him.  

And don’t be afraid of a little cleavage.  I know it’s cliche, but a little cleavage never hurt anyone:)

#2. Be Team Awesome.


I’d almost forgotten how we came up with Team Awesome.  I’d beat him in Jenga.  Twice.

My sweet, love had actually never played Jenga before.  That was unheard of to me, but that didn’t stop me from laying the smack down.  I’m  a pretty cheesy girl and even though I’m the cheesy one in our relationship, he always says things are awesome.

That song is awesome.

That shirt is awesome.

Dinner was awesome.

You’re awesome babe.

He says awesome a lot (very cheesy of him, I know).  After beating him like he’d stole something, as part of my victory celebration, I touted that Team Awesome.  It stuck.  It’s like our super hero name.  It’s our way of reminding each other that win, lose or draw, we’ve got each other’s backs.  If nothing else it’s way cooler, and perhaps cheesier, than pet names.

An easy way to love him is coming with a name for your relationship.  Call it something.  Make it fun.  It will become meaningful.