Hey lovely humans, my future wife and I leave in one week to drive from Colorado to Mississippi for our wedding! I would love some road trip conversation starters! We have had a bad habit recently of talking non-stop about the wedding. We want our road trip to be a chance to reconnect, relax, and not talk about the wedding!
Latest activity by Patrice, on March 16, 2020 at 5:40 AM
Road trips are simultaneously fun and frustrating. I love them! Bring up topics that you connect or you want to inform each other about: music, podcasts you listen to or want to listen to together, goals (past, present, future), tv/film, etc. my fiancé and I have similar taste in some areas but drastic in others, so simple topics like those take time and end up much deeper than anticipated.
If you have the opportunity- try satellite radio. I love it, it won't cut out, and (if you're anything like us) you'll find yourselves going "wow when did you last hear THIS song" on stations that play "older" music and then we usually talk about what the song makes us think of, a memory or how old we must've been when the song came out. It's actually a lot of fun and lead to many conversations. Plus singing along lol. Also pinterest has a lot of ideas, look for fun conversations for date night or those "ask before you get married" things but I've seen those lists be more just interesting topics. I look forward to our annual road trip to Colorado every year, have fun!
Have you heard of those 36 questions that make you fall in love? My husband and I when we were dating went on a road trip together and I asked him those questions aha because they took some time away and also because it was interesting to hear his responses
Oooh sounds like fun! What my FH and I love to do..especially when our son is occupied with headphones and his phone, lol, is listen to Netflix's stand up comedians. I love Crystal's idea about listening to podcasts. This always spark inspiring conversations that make us realize how we are so perfect for each other because of how we share our views with one another. But yes, I'm so for a road trip and listening to comedy. We also like piggybacking off radio talk shows like The Breakfast Club.