When last I posted, I was bragging on the Mr.’s many virtues…how he’d gone above and beyond the call of married duty by helping me straighten my hair after I’d burned my thumb.
That was Valentine’s Day when the post made it to my blog.
Lots of stuff has transpired since the beginning of that weekend.
Not big stuff…just the everyday stuff that happens in a person’s life.
The Mr. and I spent a lovely Valentine’s weekend in a beach town an hour away from home.
He happily obliged my one request…to go yarn shopping at the only yarn shop near me…
No, that wasn’t the Mr. posing, but by the time I’d purchased the yarn in the photo below, he could have resembled the guy above. heehee
We ate a wonderful lunch afterward at a pizza place. Wine is good…especially at lunch…on a Saturday…when the weather is gorgeous and you’re with your honey…
Then, it was time to go shopping.
Normally, I do not enjoy shopping.
That weekend was different. We started out at the Under Armour outlet store.
I’ve been walking with a friend after school two or three days a week, so the Mr. got me a few outfits.
Next, we visited the Michael Kors store.
Oh heavens. This company knows how to make shopping fun! The store was brightly lit, and every single one of the associates was young, well-dressed, and upbeat. Every time I walked out of my dressing room with an outfit on, someone had something positive to say. The comments were sincere, the smiles big.
I purchased a number of items and then headed back to the dressing room after the Mr. spied a dress that an associate was wearing. We found it on the clearance rack, and I had to try it on…
It came home with me too.
My bag was quite full…
After visiting the BCBG store (not nearly as upbeat or bright and airy, by the way), I had my arms full of new goodies…
Later, after a brief rest, we headed to dinner…
Our plans to eat at P.F. Changs were nearly derailed when we discovered that one should make reservations if one wants to eat at a decent hour on Valentine’s Day.
We kind of snuck our way to a table on the patio and avoided a two-hour wait.
The food was absolutely divine…
All-in-all, it was a wonderful evening.
The next morning, we slept in a bit then headed out for a bit more shopping. The traffic was horrid.
You can see how lovely the weather was though. Winter teased us a bit.
I was so glad that I had that Monday off. I needed the extra day to put away all of my goodies and recover from a delightful weekend with the hubby.