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Stephie Rae / Blog

Romance

Romance seems to be so rare these days. It spurs a plethora of ponderings about the nature of human relationships, about men, about women, and what they need to be at peace, full of joy and love, and feel special. We can go about being who we are and doing what we love to do daily, but once romance is experienced with a mutual attraction, all the rest seems so insignificant in comparison.

Good thing songwriting is so therapeutic and such a good way to share joys, and vent frustration, and saves a lot of money on counseling!

I'm excited to be hired by a gentleman to sing and play a few of he and his girlfriend's favorite love songs in a very romantic outdoor setting for his marriage proposal! This guy's got it going on, and his girlfriend (soon-to-be-fiance and wife, for surely she'll say, "YES!" with that kind of a proposal) is smart to have and keep him. And he'll be smart to continue to keep romancing her after the engagement and wedding!

Keep romancing all people you love, make them feel special. You might be the only one that gives them the love they need, even if it's a 3-breath hug from a friend.

Share the Love.

In Health & Harmony, Stephie Rae