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Reassuring for patients, but not a good look for a date. I thought about going to the cinema, but skulking in the back row deafened by surround sound seemed like cheating: the idea of a romantic date is that you talk to each other. Or perhaps, I thought, if we do talk, we'll end up discussing humdrum domestic detail, like defrosting the freezer or filling the crack in the kitchen ceiling. Maybe it was the candlelight; maybe it was the wine; maybe it was the food which, unlike our normal slapdash productions, was just perfect.
I did briefly consider something active, like going to a dance class – I'm pretty sure they do salsa in the local church hall – but I mentioned this to Matt and he gave me one of his dark looks. You don't want a romantic evening that involves your other half wishing he was somewhere else. Whatever the reason, we talked non-stop and not one word of DIY passed our lips. But as we walked home hand in hand on that cold March evening, it felt like marriage was still pretty romantic.
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