Romantic Setting Essay

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Its time, we need a night to ourselves. With our everyday hectic lives its nice to have some quiet time by ourselves once in a while. Just to take our minds off of everything else and spend it on each other. I want to have a natural beautiful setting around us with piece and quiet. I know just where we can go, to the lake. It is important that I make sure that there is a spot for us and I need to make sure that it isn’t crowded. I don’t want to go out there and find out that it is packed. I also want to check the weather and make sure its not going to rain. First I need to make a list of things I need to bring. I am making a list so I don’t forget anything. I will need a ...view middle of the document...

The breath taking view of the lake, with the little ripples in the water. I can hear the sound of the small waves splashing against the large rocks. I feel the comforting cool wind that comes off of the water and onto my skin. This place is just the quiet vacant spot with no one around that I am looking for. I call to make sure that he will meet me here at eight o’clock. I need to hurry, it is now its seven fifteen and that only gives me forty-five minutes to get everything ready and into its place. So I grab my things from the car and head over to our romantic spot. I take out the red flannel blanket and put it down making sure that it is spread out evenly and in just the right spot. I take out the candles making sure I place them right in the middle of the blanket. Then I set down the plates and the silverware. I place the set of plates and silverware neatly across from each other. Then I take out the cake and white grape juice and place it next to each other on the blanket. I remember that I need to go and get the food. Returning from...

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