While we’re at it, here’s a some advice from the site on the topic of automobiles.
This one about “joy-riding to the roadhouse“, from Elinor Glyn, is a favorite of mine.
Your ultimate goal is to spend eternity with Heavenly Father, and in His kingdom we will live as eternal families.
So the ultimate goal of dating is to find an eternal companion you can make and keep temple covenants with.
With most men, however, the sensation of water raining onto their bodies causes them to inflate their chests, and fling their limbs about generally.
In any case, a shower-bath loses a good deal of its fun if one has to bear constantly in mind the need of avoiding violent activity, so that the curtain will usually be found well worth the slight extra cost.
“No two days were the same, no two views were similar, no two cups of coffee tasted alike.
The three regions—Walachia, Moldavia, and Transylvania—are relatively culturally uniform.
A year later, Emily Post — who had not yet written her famous treatise on etiquette — made the journey in the opposite direction with her son as chauffeur and wrote “By Motor to the Golden Gate.” And Beatrice Larned Massey documented the trip she took with her husband and two friends a few years later in “It Might Have Been Worse: A Motor Trip from Coast to Coast.” All three tried to whet their readers’ appetite to make similar journeys.
“You will get tired, and your bones will cry aloud for a rest cure; but I promise you one thing — you will never be bored,” Massey wrote.
The first card in our Lover’s Fun Card Set suggests an easy way to express interest in a girl or guy that you’ve got your eye on.
Why not print up a stack of these and carry them with you?