Another post about my sweet Valentine...we celebrated yesterday because the girls went to Spring City for the night!! As if sleeping in wouldn't have been enough of a Valentine's Day gift! We started out the morning with a massage at Spa Visage, followed by lunch at-wait for it-Hooters. I know that may not sound romantic to anyone else out there, but for Michael and me, it actually kind of was! We used to go there all the time before the babies. Then he took me to see Confessions of a Shopaholic (on opening day!)--I read the books in college and for some odd reason can totally identify with the main character--is it a coincidence that her name is Rebecca? Then Michael actually let me walk around the mall for a little while, which he hates. We came home hung out for a few minutes and then went to a late dinner at Copper Cellar (thanks to the awesome girls at Baby Bundles who gave us a gift card when Ana Blair was born!). It was so good and cozy and just nice to spend a day with just us. Then we came home and watched Hope Floats and I cried like a lunatic. AND...there were presents! Chocolate covered strawberries, the Hope Floats CD and previously mentioned DVD (I used to listen to that CD all the time before a certain Rodney Lee Jones decided to take poor Mustang Sally for a joyride--I know Jennifer and Melia remember Rodney! Anyway, yes my car was stolen (and recovered), but I never got back some of my awesome high school anthem CDs! The Serendipity DVD because that was one of the first movies we ever went to the theater to watch when we were dating. And I also got these cute tees...
Yes, I'm a little embarrassed about my obsession with Twilight, but at least Michael is supportive of my feelings toward a fictional character!
And Michael wasn't left out. I actually ordered him some pizzas for him from our favorite pizza place in Chicago. They will overnight them to you on dry ice for a cost!
Anyway, it was such a fun day. But I am so glad to have my girls back under my roof with me and back to every day life!