Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.So today is the one year anniversary of our 1st date with my girlfriend, who I know has bought me a nice gift to celebrate. I'm thinking flowers, but am looking for more suggestions from my fellow Yelpers.
The funny thing is when she asked me my thoughts on doing something for the one year, and I said "Not likely", she said "I knew that's what you would say". I'm not being mean, but really I don't see anything special about dating for a year.
I'm looking on the longer, more permanent goal, that of marriage. I am going to do something special, in the near future, just because we've actually made some strides in our relationship the last month.
We hear she had planned a special dinner a deux, and also shopped some luxury goodies for him.” Anand Ahuja’s Instagram posts make it evident how lovestruck he is as he keeps praising Sonam in one or the other post.
He also accompanied her to the 64th National Award ceremony with her father Anil Kapoor and later shared a picture of Sonam sticking out her tongue.
A leading tabloid quoted a source as saying, “ Yesterday was their anniversary, by which we mean they celebrated a year of dating.
Kapoor wanted to spoil her boyfriend rotten, so she had been discussing it with her pals for weeks. Well, the first Valentine’s Day I actually got to celebrate, anyway. for two years now, I have been experienced many firsts, but none of them compare to the first I experienced last week – my first Valentine’s Day.You are NOT out of your mind and don't let anyone tell you differently.It's keeping these occasions special and not taking each other for granted that will keep the romance alive.The lunisolar Chinese calendar was introduced to Japan via Korea in the middle of the sixth century.