I am coming up on my 20th anniversary in 2 weeks. I am 50yo and my wife is 46. One of the biggest challenges I have is finding things to do with her. I don't care much for the bar scene anymore. And I could care less about music as it pertains to a band at a bar or a concert. I'm way past that. But my wife isn't. She still likes to go to the bars, listen to some band and a concert or two. She had asked her friend recently to go to a Van Halen concert. Inside it pissed me off because I just don't understand her desire to 1) Go to a Rock concert and 2) Go see Van Halen who by now, probably come out in their wheel chairs and attempt to stay on key. To me, it's a sign of restlessness and mid-life crisis. She denies it but I don't buy it. Anyways, I have a hard time trying to think of things to do on a Sat night that would interest both of us. I"m not much of a night person at all and you can only go to the movies or sit at a bar so many times. Living in CT it's just so hard to find something good to do. So tell me what good ideas are out there that you like to do with your spouse that is fun and different?
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