It really is the little things

Monday, April 15, 2013

With me working long hours on our big event and it being baseball season - I'm shocked I even remember what Adam looks like. The kitchen is a disaster, our clean clothes have been sitting in laundry baskets for so long they're probably due to go through the washer again, we still haven't done anything with the office, and there is dog hair EVERYWHERE. Speaking of dog hair... we have a dog, right? Poor Ruthie has had to put up with us being gone such long hours.

But when Adam got home on Friday, he surprised me with these bad boys! I used to be pretty opposed to flowers (they die, they don't even smell good, blah blah blah), but I'm kind of obsessed with white roses now. And can you see? Adam remembered.

We decided to splurge and go on a celebratory and way overdue date night on Saturday and it was about as perfect as we could have planned (I know, we're kind of nauseating.) The weather was amazing, so we decided to trek down to Historic Roswell. Shocker - we weren't the only ones with that idea. There were people all over the place - it looked like New Orleans minus the free for all drink fest in the streets. Since we didn't decide to do date night until Saturday day, the earliest reservation we could get was 9:15 (typical us!). We grabbed a drink at Little Alley Steak and people watched for a hot minute before we headed over to Table & Main. (Fun Fact: These are both Taste of the Nation restaurants, so it was a double whammy. Support No Kid Hungry - holla!)

Food was incredible, as we expected, but the best part was that we got a table outside! I am so weird about temperatures - I'm always freezing - so I was nervous about sitting outside. They assured me they had space heaters (which then made me nervous that I would be sweating... first world problems, much?), and can I just say that I don't think I have ever sat in a more comfortable temperature??? HUGE.

I didn't feel like harassing the waitress to take a picture of us (shocker), so Adam just took one of me instead. 

It was such a perfect, perfect evening and made me remember how important it is to get out of the house and spend time just the two of us. It's always fun to see where your conversations go when you're not sitting on the couch.

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