Valentine’s Day we would be preoccupied with child watching so we changed it this year to February 9th. Josh Olsen would have been proud. And based on a recommendation from Christin, we went to a restaurant called Posh. She blogged about it here. It was a bit tricky to get to, so we parked a little ways away and walked. Though Brea was really sore from over-doing it on a new workout and didn’t exactly appreciate that in her new heels…
But we got there. And scratched a few things off the menu. And then started eating.
Honestly I don’t know what most of this was, nor can I remember what he told me. Brea definitely enjoyed her food lottery experience better than me, though mine wasn’t bad. And it is really more money than I could comfortably spend on a meal more than once every year or two. But it is something that I am super glad we experienced and Brea had her favorite dessert of her life I think, pistachio crème brulee and raspberry sorbet. And if she’s happy, then I’m happy.
And one more thing. We had found some shoes at Nordstrom’s back in the first few months of our dating. They were Kelsi Dagger’s and great. But a little expensive. Not particularly expensive if you happen to be Christin but a little much for us poor kids. I thought about buying them a handful of times for the next seven or eight months. I checked once on the Internet and they were still there. Sometime mid-January I checked online, and they were on clearance! Fifty percent off! And of the two available sizes, one was a size eight. Which happens to be her size. Sometimes, just sometimes, things work out when you wait.