Each of you think of ten questions you'd love to know the answer to.A: Going on dates is fun, but it can be easy to get stuck in a rut of the same old things: dinner, movie, movie, dinner, etc… " or "If money was not a factor, where would you like to go on a romantic getaway? Go to a church, or an outdoor cross and pray together. Jim and Sally Conway (Midlife.com) and Dave and Claudia Arp (marriagealive.com) , have many books that help guide couples through some of those rough transitions.

Having weekly date nights is really important for keeping the spark in your marriage, but sometime it’s just too hard (or you’re just too exhausted! As hard as we try to get out, sometimes it’s necessary to have date nights at home and it’s crucial to have ideas up your sleeve for these moments.

My husband and I live in a small town where there are not as many attractions or fun things to do, leaving us coming up with our own date nights at home.

Take turns listing A to Z the reasons you love your mate.

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is a great place to begin.

Remember, it's not the expense of the gift but the thought that counts!

Take turns praying and thanking God for one another. Talk about how to stay in love for the next ten years. Renew your vows (or write personal vows, if you didn't do that in your original ceremony.) This can be a private affair or you can invite the children or friends and celebrate.

You may want to frame your favorite snap shot and give it to your spouse with a note. The date consists of gathering clues and small romantic treasures like poems, chocolates, and other small treats.

The others can be sent as postcards to each other over the next year. Walk or bicycle to an inexpensive ice cream shop or a fancy coffeehouse. Drive in the mountains, arriving in time for a sunset or moonlit stroll. Go to a park, push one another in the swings and talk. The goal is not to buy, but to test perfume and cologne along the way.

So here is a list of 96 creative (and for the most part affordable) dates that you can go on.