I have to admit. At first, I didn’t think much of this date when Nathan told me we were going to listen to music. I thought we should play games while listening to music. Just sitting there listening to music seemed a bit boring to me. However, it turned out better than I thought and we stayed up until midnight going through all our music. Lesson #1: Give dates a try, even if you think they may be boring.
We have over 4,500 songs in our music library. When we were first married, our CDs and iTunes music joined in union also. It was interesting to see how our music matched or mismatched. We had a great conversation on what music we listened to in high school and in college. And where we first heard of certain singers or bands. It was amazing to us the memories music created in our past. Lesson #2: Want a walk down memory lane? Try going through your old music.
Nathan said: I was actually really excited about this date. It was simple and would allow us to talk and relax. Tiffany wasn’t as excited – at first. But after a while things really picked up and we had a good time listening to new and old music. Did you know Tiffany went through a hard rock phase? Ha!
» Tell me… What kind of music do you listen to? How is it different from what you listen to in high school?
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