Markers become unique to you and your soul mate. On our first date we saw a movie with theme music called, “Indian Love Call”. When we went to a fair together a few months later we heard the song, “Indian Love Call” come through the speakers. That date became the pivotal point in our new relationship. “Indian Love Call” became our song.
On our honeymoon we had sparkling burgundy with our dinner one night. For many anniversaries we had sparkling burgundy even though it was the only time in the year we drank it. These are markers. They bring warm feelings of remembering. A truly sensory way to celebrate closeness.
Interestingly, markers may change. At some point when we requested the song, “Indian Love Call” musicians would look puzzled and say, “I never heard of it.’ I don’t think they even make sparkling burgundy any more. We haven’t drunk it for many years. We do have new sensory markers. The sound of the ocean, Jennifer Rush’s “The Power of Love”, steamed clams on valentine’s day. All of these things are intimate reminders of our love.