anniversary date night!

Bryan and I had a lovely anniversary date last night. We went to the Melting Pot for “The Big Night Out” — which is this ridiculous amount of yummyfondue, a cheese course, the meal, then chocolate (of course!). Then home for a romantical evening. I can’t believe how quickly three years have gone by!!

I found this cool list of what gifts you’re supposed to get (traditionally) on each of your wedding anniversaries. Guess I missed out on getting some paper (year 1) and cotton (year 2), but its not too late for Bryan to get me some leather (or glass if we want to be modern). Next year–either linens (traditional), flowers (UK) or appliances (modern)–I’m rooting for appliances!

3 year anniversary

3 years ago today, Bryan and I got married. It was maybe a little “crazy,” at least from the world’s point of view, to get married as young as 21 and still with a year of college to go, but we wouldn’t have had it any other way! Getting married young was the very best decision we ever made–if I could go back and do it again, I think I would’ve gotten married even earlier, especially if I had known that my married years would be the happiest most fulfilling years of my life. I’m so blessed to have Bryan as my husband!

Boston: Part 3

On the last day of our trip, we stayed at the Sheraton downtown (in a room I got for a steal off Hotwire!). The huge fluffy white bed. Ah so lovely.

After checking in, we went to the top of the Pru to do the skywalk audiotour of the city. The views were fantastic, you could see it all.

The history was interesting, but I admit I got a little antsy towards the end.

After the Pru, we wandered the city a bit, taking in a few last bits of Boston.

Then we headed back to the ocean front park, to read and relax.

It was a lovely day and so restful. We’re missing Boston again already–hopefully we’ll get to go back again someday soon!