This post was originally posted on November 26, 2004.
I am engaged! For those of you who would like to know how it happened. You can read below! 🙂
First, I picked her up for a date. We had planned on celebrating our nine month anniversary by going to P. F. Changs, one of her favorite restaurants, and Starbucks, one of our favorite places to go. Well, I picked her up for our date, which is something she never lets me do since we live so far apart. Since it was our anniversary we were going to exchange gifts. She gave me mine, which was a DVD set with the original Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer show like the one shown on CBS every Christmas, and I told her that I was going to be giving her a series of gifts. Later on, I told her that her gifts were all “keys.”
This post was originally posted November 4, 2004.
September 20, 2004, will go down in the history of my life as a night that I will never forget. It was on that night Sarah and I went out to eat at The Melting Pot.
Photo Credit: Melting Pot
It was one of the nicest restaurants I have ever been to in my life. Upon our arrival we had to use the restroom, so before going to our table we both went to the restroom. After doing our business we proceeded to wash our hands. Unbeknownst to each other we both took a paper napkin. This was no normal paper napkin used to wipe water from one’s hands. This was one of the thickest and soft paper napkins I had ever touched. Well, knowing how expensive the restaurant was I put an unused napkin in my pocket as a souvenir. I walked out of the men’s room at the same time Sarah left the ladies room and almost immediately we both said, “Those were nice paper napkins.” And then we both said, “I took one as a souvenir.” It was hilariously funny.