Sunday, August 06, 2006

Suggestions?

Steve and I have an anniversary coming up...twelve years. All but the last two have been great. Well, there were a few bumps in the road, but comparatively speaking, I now see how great they actually were. But I digress...

We have free babysitting a la grandma and grandpa. So what should we do with our free night out? Dinner? A movie? hmmm...?

If anyone has any fun suggestions, just leave a comment. Try to keep it somewhat clean...my family reads this blog sometimes.

5 comments:

deadbabymama said...

In an effort to keep it clean, how about a "restaurant" that has room service?

Kathy McC said...

Oooh, I like that idea. Matt took me to The Melting Pot (fondue restaurant) and it was so nice to just sit the two of us and share food. If you don't have that, you could try a wine bar or something where you know there won't be any kids. You can taste different wines and sample yummy appetizers.

Krystal said...

Happy anniversary!! :)

My hubby and I went out to dinner and then came home to veg on the couch and watch movies on our anniversary. We wanted to do more than that, but couldn't really afford it. However, we just wanted to enjoy our time together. That night, regardless of how boring and mundane it sounds, was just for he and I to be together. We talked, we laughed, we cuddled.

The "restaurant" idea sounds like a good one though! If you like concerts, theatre, orchestra, opera or the like, and there is anything available in your area that night, it can be pretty romantic. It might be fun to get all dolled up and go to dinner, the theatre, and then the "restaurant" for dessert!

Holley said...

I have this sense that I answered this before, and that I've given the same answer (so forgive me for being un-creative).

I would recommend the Willoughby Brewing Company and then see the Lake County Captains play (they have home games from August 11th through August 18th).

But I would also recommend the staying home and cuddling thing in the alternative.

Sarah said...

I think DBM's suggestion sounds great... but if it seems 'too much' then I recommend a nice dinner. And do dinner the slow way... dessert, coffee, a glass of wine... i love slow yummy dinners!