Wednesday, May 30, 2012


May 30, 2001
I mean.. 
May 31, 2008

I cannot believe that it's been four years! I'm going to do my best to not get too sappy and cliche, but boy do I love this man! Many women say that their husband is their best friend, and it's true. Who else can I rattle on and on and on about my knitting to with out them rolling their eyes and interrupting? Who else would support all my crazy ideas, no matter how silly they are to him? Who else would travel around back roads with me just to see what is out there? Who else would stop the truck and turn around to check something out?

For Christmas his parents gave us a gift certificate to Adventure Suites in N.Conway, NH. We paid for an extra night and stayed two days. We had a great time. We did a lot of shopping, a lot of driving, a lot of eating, a lot of snuggling, a lot of time in a bubbly bath, a lot of reconnecting and relaxing together. 

We started out in this room aptly named "The Love Shack". Jason got us some champagne, chocolate, and bubbles for the bath..JOY! To quote a kids book here at daycare: "I'll relax and forget all my troubles. I'll take a hot bath and fill it with bubbles." 
The bed was a water bed..I'm not sure if it was the water bed, the shoes I wore for a few hours, the champagne, or the 30min soak in the hot tub but about 3am I woke to two charlie horses. Two! The pain was so bad I nearly screamed. We politely asked for a new room and were given one named "The Love Nest". If you ever get a chance to stay at this hotel do stay! They have big rooms and small rooms and ones in between. All the themes are so over-the-top that they are amazing! They are currently under construction, but not once did we hear a hammer, Jason did hear our neighbors at about 2 in the morning though, he suggested that they insulate a bit more during their construction.

View at the hotel
Mt Washington
Sorry Ladies, he's taken
 On the way home we stopped at Glen Ellis Falls. We didn't get a chance to go up Mt Washington since the fog was so thick we had to use headlights. Instead we stopped at a covered bridge and at the falls. It was a nice walk down, and a lot of stairs up. It was well worth the walk in the fog and mist to see the falls. 

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