What a great day! We took full advantage of Isaiah being at the sitter's today and spent a wonderful day together to celebrate five years of marriage. We had an incredible breakfast at the Pancake Cafe in Fitchburg to start things off. I had crepes that were filled with a mixed berry & sour cream filling and I cannot even begin to describe how delicious they were. I am already thinking about what I'm going to order the next time I go there. It was seriously good. Then it was off to catch an early movie, which is nice because there are small crowds and it only costs $5 a ticket! We saw "Transformers" and it was certainly entertaining. Not the greatest writing and certainly not Oscar-worthy, but enjoyable! After that, Evan took me to Kessler's Diamonds so I could pick out my anniversary gift. Of course, we hardly had the budget for a lot of bling, but I was able to find a very sweet ring in white gold with a diamond in the middle that I will wear on my right hand. I told Evan that my wedding rings said, "Today, I marry you" and that my anniversary ring will say, "I'd marry you all over again." I won't get to have it on my finger until next week though since I had to have it sized, but I really love it. We went to lunch and wasted some time at the library before going to pick up the boy and then I had to work this evening. Evan will get his anniversary gift on Friday (our actual anniversary) and I will get to open the letter that he wrote for me before we were married - with strict instructions NOT to open it until our fifth anniversary. He can't even remember what it says, so that should be interesting!
I'm Sarah. I live in Wisconsin and I love everything about it. Except the winter. And the humidity in the summer. And the mosquitoes. Ok, so mostly I love cheese, beer and the Packers. My house is full of trucks, dirt, and torn jeans. Coffee is crucial.
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