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An unforgettable night under the stars that is just a ladder away! Meeting and falling in love is such a thrilling, exciting time! To learn more about ’em, click here. That was exactly the place I was at when I planned this date! Life was crazy stressful, and my husband and I fiercely needed an escape. We had just graduated college and were temporarily living at my parents’ house while we saved up a little money for a place of our own.

My husband had just started a new job and was completely overwhelmed with work pressures. I was dealing with the usual tantrums and crying that comes from being the mom of sick little ones. I remembered a cheesy scene that I had once seen in an episode of 7th Heaven. Eric and Annie Camden are sitting on their rooftop at twilight. And thus, the Rooftop Date was born. It was just what we needed- a night away from everything.

And then the kids went down for naps, and it was time to get to work setting the date up. At first I was just going to get a ladder and lay a blanket on the roof, so we could share a drink together and talk. Which you can TOTALLY do for a quick, easy, and inexpensive date night. But then, I realized that part of the roof was flat- perfect for a picnic! And why stop at a picnic blanket when you could have a table and chairs? So with the help of my sister, I moved some patio furniture from the porch to the roof. I also brought up a blanket and some big pillows, so we could sit and talk after dinner.

And just to top it off- I grabbed some battery-operated candles, a string of Christmas lights, and a CD player. Then I charged my laptop, just in case we wanted to watch a movie. When my husband finally came home and I led him to the back porch and up the ladder- his reaction was priceless! After all, you don’t usually expect to see a restaurant for two on your roof! It turned out to be such a fun date and the perfect little getaway. We ate, talked, danced, and watched a movie on the laptop. And laughed at all the drivers who would stick their head out of their car and point at us.