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What do you think is the most romantic gesture?

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - February 2014

What do you think is the most romantic gesture?

What do you think is the most romantic gesture?

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - February 2014

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“My husband secretly bought a brick at The Mt. Washington Tavern after they had just rebuilt from the fire. It was engraved with our names and the date of our first date (which was there).”

Cara Walen, data and informatics supervisor, CareFirst BCBS of Maryland

“A gentleman’s hand on the small of a lady’s back.”

 Maureen Daw, travel agent

“On Valentine’s Day last year, I entered UMMC for a bone-marrow transplant. My husband wrote me a long note, quoting the Grateful Dead’s ‘Eyes of the World’ and analogizing the lyrics to my journey.”

Janis Schlerf, senior account executive

"Compliment your partner in front of other people. It doesn’t just feel good for both of you, but it also inspires other people.”

Tiffany Bageant, sales

“Coming home to a clean house, your kids sent to your mother-in-law’s, and your husband waiting with a bottle of wine.”

 Beth Sebian, homemaker




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