Date night at Texas Road House
"Date night" is important for husbands and wife whether you are married ten weeks, ten years or even ten decades, for me it should be a ritual that's regularly observed. It may sound old-fashioned and traditional that makes the notion corny and trivial to many but for me, it is one of the keys to a successful communication with your partner. With the way of living of today's millennials, who mostly depend on their mobile phones with their every move, we are competing with gadgets to have our message come across the other person.
There's a big difference between going out for the evening and going out on a date. Date night is a night out with your loved one. It’s quick trip back to courtship, a time to reminisce those days when you both will have any excuse just to be together, finding new dinner spots, watching the latest movie release, having coffee, mall hoping etc.
Date night says, hey right, we’re a “couple”, when too often it can seem that you’re simply business partners or roommates or two people running day care together hehehe. It is a chance to look across the table and see the person you married, the one you fell in love with, not the person who left the bed unmade or forgot to fold his clothes.
I will simply put it this way, date night is connecting with each other and reigniting that old spark.
Enough of the seriousness and onward with our date night! The Hubby and I decided to have our dinner in our all time fave steak house Texas Road House. The atmosphere is calm during our visit which was very far from the daily grind of waiting in line for a period of time during peak hours...
Sticking with the staple and ordered their Rib-eye Steak combo
The hubby decided to try out something we haven't tried before.
Can you see what joy a Date night brings to partners? I'm just not sure though if it's because of our date or because of too much good food we have indulged in. :)