I will grow deeper in my relationship with God.
I will lose the weight I gained after I quit smoking.
I will (hopefully) be successful in selling my crocheted berets and wrap shawls.
I will laugh, love & live life to the fullest!
11 days ago John & I celebrated our 21st anniversary. Our plans were to go out to a romantic dinner at our favorite restaurant. Well, when you marry 2 days before Christmas (stupidest thing we've done) it is hard to be "romantic" when every where you go you hear Christmas music and you have to fight the holiday traffic and the long waits for a table! So on our actual anniversary after fighting the crowd at Walmart we decided to order a pizza and go home. Our daughters had come in for the holidays so we spent our evening with them eating pizza and watching a movie. We enjoyed just being with our girls! It was wonderful!!!
So Tuesdays are our date night...so this past Tuesday we decided to do what we were going to on our anniversary. We celebrated 21 years of marriage! We went to Bene Vita's and ate and had some intense conversation and laughed and loved! Of course being the blogger that I am I had to take photos even though John asked me not to. But he is grateful I did...they are already on his facebook. We were seated in a booth in the corner so it was semi-private.
We started out with a Caesar di Tuscano salad. They give you rosemary bread and this parmesan crusty bread that you dip in oil & butter.
I got the Chicken Piccata and John got the pan seared Grouper. They both have a lemon-caper sauce on them that is to die for. John wouldn't let me take a picture of his (cause he was embarrassed) cause he just wanted to eat.
This was our third attempt at taking a picture of ourselves. I set the camera up on the case and rested it on a glass of water...set the timer and carefully had 10 seconds to get on John's side of the table.
We went and watched "Bedtime Stories" it was pretty funny! We liked it.
The day after Christmas we saw "The Curious case of Benjamin Button". If you have not seen this movie I highly recommend it!! It's long 2 hrs. 43 minutes. But you don't even realize it is that long. Be sure to bring tissues because you will need them!!