Remembering Delano Las Vegas

Hi there!

I’m so glad you are here today, because today I am stepping out of my comfort zone and into the camera.

Which is probably my least favorite place to be.

But, despite that, I had an important quick tip I wanted to share with you about how Husband and I keep our marriage happy and strong.

Give you a hint . . .

Actually, no hint 🙂  You gotta watch the video.

Ok, one hint.  It has something to do with remembering Delano, Las Vegas.

By the way, you can follow the journey of the key card (you have to watch the video to know what I’m talking about) as well as other great marriage tips and insights into my own marriage  on my new Instagram page.

You can follow it here.

Don’t forget the power of the little things in a relationship.  It is often those little things that can have the greatest impact.

I would love to hear about the little ways that you and your spouse stay connected.  What are some of the small details that have made a big impact on your marriage?


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8 thoughts on “Remembering Delano Las Vegas

  1. Hi Tammy, my name is Gaby! I just found your page looking for fun games and things to do with my husband to improve our marriage. I’m 30 years old and my husband is 31, we have been married for more than 7 years and together as a couple since we were 16. Now we have two amazing kids (a 3 year old girl and a 1 year old boy) that we love so much but we need to find a way to keep our relationship alive, don’t make it just about the kids and don’t forget about those little things you mention in this video. Thank you for your tips and ideas, I just printed the 20 Date Night Questions to try it tonight 🙂

    Gaby O.

    1. Hi Gaby,

      I’m so happy you found it helpful. It does become a challenge when we have little ones. It is vital to always keep your marriage at the top of the list. I hope you and your hubby have fun with the questions.

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