I saw this video on Tiffany & Co.’s Facebook page and had to share! It’s absolutely darling and perfect for Romance Wednesday. Enjoy!
We had a fabulous time celebrating our fifth year anniversary in Palm Springs, CA over the weekend! In honor of that trip, I thought it’d be cool to share the deets on our stay, just in case you were looking for weekend getaway ideas! It’s important to take time to leave your environment (your house, your city, your county!) and simply reconnect. The money spent is always well worth it! We may not have been able to recreate our honeymoon with a big vacation every year, but that hasn’t kept us from traveling and having new experiences together. As always, we find things to do that are budget friendly and allow for us to still have a wonderful time!Read More»
Today marks the fifth year of us living in holy matrimony. Did you know that wood is the traditional wedding anniversary gift for the fifth wedding anniversary? No? Ok, good because I didn’t either! I actually find it quite appropriate though, and here’s why.Read More»
I mentioned in yesterday’s post how much I really enjoy cooking and consider it a true labor of love. Shopping for the ingredients, following the recipe, revealing the finished product…I enjoy all that cooking for my family entails. It’s such a great way to show the one you love that you care for them. I think that’s why you eat out so much when you’re dating. Sharing a meal is an opportunity to also share your thoughts, feelings, talk, and connect. Love and food definitely go hand in hand!
With food (like in love), you’re in a vulnerable place. After putting your all into a meal, what if your sweetie doesn’t like it? Who wants to be open to rejection? Uh, not me! But that’s exactly what happened last night. Immediately after I was done with dinner, my husband proceeds to tell me that I should have added a little bit of this and a dash of that to make it better. He wasn’t mean about it or anything, but it definitely hurt my feelings (#cuetheawwws)! He’ does this often, which is my I call him the Suggestion Chef. He always has a suggestion for something I can do differently to my dishes!Read More»