Cinco de Mayo started out a tad bit disappointing, to be honest. I had a hunch, having followed the weather all week, that it was going to rain on my birthday. I did not, however, realize just how cold it was supposed to be and just how much it would rain and that said rain would continue almost without a break all day! Let me set the stage for you: usually the weather is absolutely gorgeous on my birthday. There are lots of flowers involved and sunshine and warm weather and outside and springy clothing and sandals. This year there was rain and large gusts of wind and jackets and boots and wool socks.
BUT! (And this is a big but … har har har.) It was a truly wonderful birthday!
The day started out with some quintessential music. Followed by the crepe-master in his element! Scott has really become quite the pro. We had delicious crepes with nutella, raspberries, mango, and powdered sugar. Perfection!
After a gloriously lazy afternoon we headed downtown for some more celebrating! Had dinner at Mamacitas and a little party at the French Broad Chocolate Lounge. Thanks to all my friends who came to help me celebrate and brought fun games to play! It was so much fun to relax and hang out with everyone.
And of course, thanks to this handsome guy for making me feel so special and for lighting so many birthday candles! You are my favorite and I am so lucky to be with you! Thanks for everything you do!
P.S. Thanks for the love from all around the country! I loved getting to chat with everyone who called. Long-distance love!
Life lately has been a bit crazy. A lot going on! But life is marvelous! So much to be thankful for: my family, my Scott, an awesome job, so much love from so many munchkins, curiosity, spring, flowers, warmth, this Sunday is my birthday, Scott graduates in two weeks, and a vacation in a month to the Northeast! Let’s be honest – I’m not doing very well with posting regularly. I’ll probably post soon about my birthday shenanigans!
Wednesday, May 4, 2011: Scott and I went out to Northampton and Amherst today! It was a rainy day, but it was still so wonderful! We had a great time exploring both towns and checking out some of the restaurants and other little shops. I could definitely live out there. This is one of the neat churches in downtown Amherst, and Scott’s car in the foreground.
Sunday, April 3, 2011: Got an invitation from the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses to come to Jesus’ death! Sounds like a party the way she was talking about it! And the little girl just stared sweetly from the other side of the waterfall that was melting off the roof from the snow we had a few days ago. Quite comical, if you ask me. Oh, and did I mention that I was in my slippers and sweats? Mmm yeah.
Monday, April 4, 2011: Went into Boston today – it was a dreary day for Boston. Rainy, windy, cold. But the train was really nice.