Power Outage Date

Power Outage Date

Lights OUT,  date night ON!

There is so much fun to be had without electricity!

This date idea did not come to me on a whim but rather occurred by circumstance.  A few months ago, we were hit by a bad storm which caused our power to go out.  It wasn’t just a few hours but instead FOUR days without power! Thank goodness for nearby family!  Looking back we can laugh, and that’s why I decided to plan this Power Outage date.  It is a fun reminder of some of the creative things we came up with to keep us busy during this unpleasant time!

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The Invite

Sneak this adorable invite, designed by Brie at All Around Eye Candy, into your hubby’s briefcase or somewhere he will be sure to see it!.

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The Date

If you’re wondering what type of fun options you can do on a date with no electricity, have NO worries! I’ve included a fabulous, printable checklist full of bright (pun intended  :lol:) ideas:

  • Dinner by candlelight – (if you have an electric stove, you might be in trouble… good thing I had a gas one!

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  • Take turns telling a ghost story
  • Dress up in glow stick jewelry

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  • Create shadow puppets on the wall

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  • A little truth or dare never hurt anyone {wink wink}
  • Dust off those old board games OR stack of cards and play by candlelight

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  • Catch up on much needed conversation
  • Pick a favorite Dating Diva intimate moment and get busy!

Can you believe you just enjoyed a date with NO movie, cell phone or computer?!  I can!! For more fun in the dark, try Michelle’s Star Light, Star Bright date!

 

About the Author: Paige

I am madly in love with three men (1 big and 2 little)! I am lucky enough to be married to my true complement. I spend my days doing any and everything 'boy!' I have a passion for fitness and love trying anything that makes my heart race.

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8 Responses to Power Outage Date

  1. LOVE this idea. We spend so much time “plugged in” to our phones and emails- this would be a great way to intentionally unplug from the world and reconnect to each other! Thanks!

  2. I would lose my mind and totally ruin my diet without power for four days, I don’t know how you did it!!! With your fun ideas at least I wouldn’t lose the romance!!! lol Paige I love your pictures and I love all the ideas a ton. I’m not waiting around to lose power to try some of these ideas, just unplugging like Becca said, for several fun nights! xox

  3. I once endured a 5 day power outage after an unusually long ice storm in the mountains of West Virginia. My hubby and I did spend lots of time snuggling in bed, but mostly to stay warm. The thing I was most thankful for was a gas powered water heater that made showering possible. Wish I had had the suggestions in this article back then!

  4. I haven’t experienced power outages like the one you describe but I have some excellent ideas of what to do if/when i ever do 🙂 Love Becca’s suggestion though.
    Thanks for a great article Paige.

  5. i have done this before a few years ago, not because the lights went out but because i am a romantic who happens to love music and candles and doing sweet little different things like this. things like this are right up my alley

  6. Try a nearly two week power outage. And a 6 day one in the dad of winter. With a sprinkling of 2-3 power outages in between. All in one year. And I only live 15 min outside of a city, it’s not as if i’m in the middle of nowhere >.< Needless to say, I have become an expert in power outages & my pantry is always stocked with things that can be made over a campfire, grill, or portable burner. These are some nice ideas for making it fun for us adults, our kids take all the glow jewelry though (monsters! don't even share!) 🙂