Michael texted me at work Monday to ask if I wanted to go out, because his plan to make dinner at home was not coming together as he had hoped. I was all for it.
When I got home, I saw that he was all dressed up! You can't really tell here, but under that fleece pull-over, he's sporting a TIE.
I have no pictures from Chili's. We did the two for $20 and it was amazingly yummy.
Tuesday morning, the actual Valentine's Day, we had our traditional celebration.
For my part, I have no pictures, of course. I decorated his bathroom mirror with stick-on hearts, and left him notes all over the house. It was a fun little plan! :)
I'm also working on a friendship bracelet for him. His request!
I distinctly remember having my own little friendship bracelet making small business in the 5th grade. And I swear I could crank out a bracelet for a customer while in Math class.
Well. I seem to have lost my skillz.
Because I worked on this for a good hour, and this was all I had to show for it.
So glad we are already happily in love. Because by anyone else's Valentine's standards, this stuff would probably be a little lacking. There was no candlelight, expensive dinner on a white table cloth. There were no roses delivered to the office. No jewelry.
But I think we would both agree, it was perfect. And we are perfectly in love with each other.
Now, I need to take this Valentine's Day crap down! Haha.