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, a born and raised Wisconsin girl who loves Jesus, my
family, and the Packers. Please don't try to talk to me until I've had my morning coffee. My house is full of trucks, dirt, and torn jeans.
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