Monday, November 23, 2009

A great week ahead

Of course I expect every week of my life to be fabulous or at least pretty close to it, but this week has a special place in my heart. Not only are we only days away from the Thanksgiving (yay for food and family!), but this week also is my 4th wedding anniversary.

I have gotten asked quite a few times in the last several days if we are doing anything special to celebrate. While we aren't going out to a fancy dinner or having a weekend getaway, we will be celebrating in our own little way by putting up our Christmas tree and ornaments.

If you are a long time reader of this blog you may remember this post. The third paragraph is about how our guest "book" at our wedding was assorted ornaments that our guests signed with little messages. Now when we put up our tree we sort of revisit the fabulous day we got married. Last year, Nathan and I recalled so many memories that it proved to be an evening mixed with romance and laughter. I am really looking forward to doing that this weekend.

I am also hoping that I will get a little bit of relaxation time during the long weekend. We are crazy busy with family events, but I am still hopeful to get in sometime for some reading and possibly movie/DVR watching.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope your holiday is filled with lots of good food and love. :)


Kristen said...

what a great idea!

Anonymous said...

i was going to beg you to take a picture this year, but we're finally going to be able to see it in person! yay!! and happy anniversary a few days early!!!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the perfect way to celebrate. Enjoy the holiday!!

N. said...

What a great keepsake you guys have! Enjoy your anniversary, and Happy Thanksgiving!

Risley and Dylan said...

what a fun idea!
I will have to mention it to my friend who is getting married next year before christmas..

Angie said...

The ornie idea is sooo cute and special!
Sometimes I have more fun just staying in with Matt and enjoying our time at home, than I do going out. Happy 4th!