So I am in the midst of planning for four dday anniversaries. I've decided that I am going to plan them as celebrations of from where we were then to where we are now. If my wife states fuck you I don't want to celebrate anything, I am definately okay with that too. But it's generally in her nature to want to celebrate things instead of mourn.
So I would very much appreciate your opinions, however in advance my job is not up for debate whatsoever.
DDay one (which is where I am at for planning right now)
1. problem is we will be in a massive trigger zone for that day, essentially mimicking events from the year before, just one day earlier due to my work.
So: I am going to get a relative of mine who she really likes to come to the event to keep her company.
Am going to take her out to this chocolate place she likes
going to give her massage
going to take her to buy a dress (trust me this is the most terribly boring thing for me, she goes to about 15-20 shops, very picky)
going to run her a bubble bath
going to put sticky notes about the things I love about her in the shape of a love heart on the wall
going to get her cheeses and orange juice for brekkie (she loves that)
going to take her out for korean bbq for dinner (her favourite dinner food)
going to buy her a book (she loves books)
Does this seem wrong for a dday anniversary? Am I overcompensating/ not doing enough/ not validating her feelings/ not being respectful of what a dday anniversary is?
[This message edited by mrmarx at 3:44 AM, September 5th (Thursday)]