Date Night

Therapists often prescribe a weekly date night for troubled couples. It’s a time to build romance and friendship. The directions on this prescription must be followed precisely. First, formally ask your sweetheart on a date. Be creative, affectionate and take turns. A loving note taped to the fridge, a spontaneous phone call during the workday or a steamy text. Second, be consistent. Make this a weekly priority scheduled in ink not pencil. Third therapy must be applied alone together. No children, no friends, no family and no phone. Warning: failure to follow directions could lead to emotional distance, lost perspective, and the waning of the romance in your relationship. “Hi, this is Sheree Meyer with a family moment. A weekly date will build the romance in your marriage and take you back to when you first fell in love. Talking, laughing, sharing, and enjoying one another’s company builds trust and affection. Begin your prescription immediately! As you follow these directions correctly you will strengthen your marriage and family one moment at a time.


Steve Evans

Steve’s Broadcast Career began in 1985. He has experience working in markets such as Salt Lake City, Springfield Mo, Albuquerque N.M., Wichita Ks, and Saint George, Utah. Since 1994 Steve has raised a family and lived in Vernal and is proud to call North Eastern Utah home. A Regan Republican since 1980, Steve is a champion of conservative values both social and political. Holding firm to these values in business has been a philosophy that has served KVEL, and the communities it serves, well. He writes human interest stories about local community members  on "Round the Town."