One day, I was watching The Sound of Music with my kids and the classic song, “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things” was playing. It got me thinking about my favorite things and even better…my husband’s favorite things! I quickly jotted down a list of things that I knew my husband loved. I then challenged myself to plan a whole week worth of fun and a date for us, all for under $10. My idea started on a Monday and ended on a Friday.
What You’ll Need:
Five of your man’s favorite things.
Print the book.
Cut each of the “pages” out & write on them. These will be the notes you give to your spouse each day.
*I saw a similar book on Studio 5 for Father’s Day, so I just changed it enough to fit this date.
I placed his first item on the seat in his car. in his On his way to work, he called to thank me for the treat and expressed his excitement for the coming week!
Later that night, I placed his first treat by the bathroom sink along with a page from the book.
I placed his favorite cereal out for breakfast with a new note.
Inside his lunch I left Hershey bars and you guessed it…another note!
My man loves to read the sports section each morning, so I left a package of heavenly coconut M&M’s, along with another note.
The last note was left with some of his favorite jerky.
Onto our actual date!!
The first thing we did was head to Wienerschnitzel. Each week in the mail I get awesome coupons, so dinner was less than $5! My husband LOVES the chili cheese dogs and they did not disappoint!
The next thing we did was head to my husband’s favorite store…BEST BUY. That’s right! We spent over an hour looking at TVs, music, computers…you name it! Best Buy is my man’s version of Disneyland!
The last thing we did was head home. Once we were home, we headed for the family room. We then laid down and listened to music. My husband LOVES music and we went through his IPOD. We talked about songs we love and why. We did this for over two hours! Even if you don’t have an IPOD, you can use the Internet or CD’s.
The best about this date was celebrating my husband’s favorite things! I knew it would be a hit because everything we did was centered around things he loves. At the end of our date, my husband informed me that we would be doing my favorite things the next day! Wow, talk about a win-win for both of us!
Once the week was over, I collected the notes back and put them together to make my book. I lined them all up on the right side of a piece of scrapbooking paper & glued the left edge of the pages so they were secure.
I then folded the scrapbooking paper over so it just barely overlapped the pages & glued those down.