Wanna Know What We Did For Our Anniversary?


Do ya? Do ya? It went a little something like this.

I woke up in the morning to glorious pancakes! Brock had to wake up extra early to make them. He also surprised me at lunch with a chocolate hazelnut cupcake from Baked and Wired! He walked almost ten blocks from his work to Baked and Wired in Georgetown, back to the Foggy Bottom metro station, and then made the twenty-minute metro ride to Capitol Hill. All to get me a cupcake. Ain't he a gem?

Oh, but the carbs didn't stop there. After work, he picked up some thick bread, cinnamon, and whipped cream to make French toast for dinner! As Brock was cooking, he goes: "Wait. When did anniversaries become a day when the husband does everything for the wife?" Hehe.

Post-dinner is where things got really exciting, let me tell ya. Brock cranked on LSAT practice for a couple hours, and I blogged and read the news before falling asleep. At 9PM. Brock tried waking me up, but I was out. Meh, he thought. Might as well do some more LSAT. So he did.

I woke up at quarter to midnight to a chorus of manly cheers. Brock was watching the last minutes of the Heat/Mavs game with a dozen of his buddies on the big screen TV down the hall. He walked through the door at 11:50, and we looked at each other and just started laughing at how lame we were. Then I realized something.

"BROCK. It's 11:54. Our anniversary is almost over."

"Yeah, so?"

"We haven't...y'know..."






  1. Believe me when I say, the smokin' hotness is pretty much GONE when the baby comes. BUT, it's worth it. Babies = best thing ever

  2. We take turns ... I am in charge of anniversary planning for the odd years and Jared takes care of the even years.

  3. kristi...don't your in-laws read this blog?

  4. Yes. And I'm pretty sure my in-laws are aware of what we do in the sack, too :) Or maybe they think we're still virgins, seeing as how they're grandkid-less and all.


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